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Type: Book Chapter
Title: Indigenous statistics
Authors: KuKutai, Tahu
Walter, Maggie
Keywords: Statistics;Aboriginal Australians;Data;Indigenous communities;Data collection;Data sovereignty
Categories: Statistics
Year: 2017
Abstract:  Contrasts statistics about Indigenous peoples with statistics for Indigenous people and statistics by Indigenous people. There are significant differences between these categories of Indigenous statistics. At the heart of these differences is the methodology that informs the research processes and practices. Indigenous methodologies are distinguished by their prioritization of Indigenous methods, protocols, values, and epistemologies. Concludes with two examples of what Indigenous quantitative methodologies look like in practice from Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia
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