INS390H1: Research and Ethics in Indigenous Studies

Hours: 
24S

This course examines research approaches, strategies, methods and techniques used in Indigenous studies. It explores a range of topical issues including research ethics and protocols, intellectual property rights, research agreements and community-based research. This course includes the study of quantitative, qualitative and Indigenous methodologies. Critically examines research theories, methodologies and practices used by academic disciplines to study Indigenous peoples. Decolonized research methodologies will form a focus of this course.

Prerequisite: 

8 FCEs, including INS201Y1 and at least one additional INS designator full course equivalent

Exclusion: 

ABS390H1

Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)