Indigenous Standpoint Theory: An Acceptable Academic Research Process for Indigenous Academics
A case outlining Indigenous Standpoint Theory and its validity as a methodological approach.
||Indigenous Epistemology, Indigenous Standpoint Theory, Eurocentric Approaches To Knowledge, Research For Research Sake, The Academy Does Not Own The Research
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 8, pp.25-36.
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Dennis lectures across a broad range of disciplines that include Indigenous Australian studies, visual art, literature, history, education, government and business studies. At the time of writing he is in the final stage of submitting his doctoral thesis titled 'Understanding Indigenous Entrepreneurship: a case study analysis'. He is a Fulbright scholar and the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships. Educational qualifications include an Associate Diploma in Management/Accounting, a Bachelor of Business and a Master of Business Administration. He is an Indigenous Australian custodian and scholar of Gai-mariagal and Wiradjuri parents. His most recent major publication aside from peer reviewed journals is 'Repossession of our Spirits', a book on his ancestral homeland in northern Sydney.
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