Documentary analysis hui: an innovative research method employed to bring documents to life through culturally responsive conversation
Cardno, Carol; Anderson, N.; McDonald, M.
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Citation:Cardno, C., Anderson, N., & McDonald, M. (2016, November). Documentary analysis hui: an innovative research method employed to bring documents to life through culturally responsive conversation. Paper presented at Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Melbourne.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3743
Kaupapa Māori research is collectivist – oriented towards benefitting all research participants and their agendas Self-determination is a key dimension – providing agentic positioning for research participants Māori language, culture, knowledge and values are accepted in their own right. ... In this case courage was needed to align research action with the principles of Kaupapa Māori research – namely agentic positioning, partnership, participation and respect for the knowledge of the participants.