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Researching whiteness : some reflections from an Indigenous woman's standpoint, Aileen Moreton-Robinson

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Researching whiteness : some reflections from an Indigenous woman's standpoint
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Researching whiteness
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some reflections from an Indigenous woman's standpoint
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Aileen Moreton-Robinson
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Moreton-Robinson, Aileen
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Researching whiteness : some reflections from an Indigenous woman's standpoint, Aileen Moreton-Robinson
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Explores research process for chapter 'White women's way : self presentation within white feminist academics' talk', based on interviews with white feminists about culture and race, in 'Talkin up to the white woman: Indigenous women and feminism (2000); explores contradictions and ambiguities; research showed significance of sharing and not sharing the same standpoints; argues need to rethink aspects of feminist and Indigenous studies methodologies; positioning of power and privilege in research relationship; research by Indigenous woman from marginal group on women in more privileged positions; discusses power; argues common themes in Indigenous women's work as have common experience in a society that deprecates them, though differences also; writer's research project; conclusions regarding power structure, writer's research experiences, gender and race in researchers of whiteness and need for critical review of research methods used to understand systems and experiences of racial oppression and of whiteness
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Researching whiteness : some reflections from an Indigenous woman's standpoint, Aileen Moreton-Robinson
Publication
Governing access note
Explores research process for chapter 'White women's way : self presentation within white feminist academics' talk', based on interviews with white feminists about culture and race, in 'Talkin up to the white woman: Indigenous women and feminism (2000); explores contradictions and ambiguities; research showed significance of sharing and not sharing the same standpoints; argues need to rethink aspects of feminist and Indigenous studies methodologies; positioning of power and privilege in research relationship; research by Indigenous woman from marginal group on women in more privileged positions; discusses power; argues common themes in Indigenous women's work as have common experience in a society that deprecates them, though differences also; writer's research project; conclusions regarding power structure, writer's research experiences, gender and race in researchers of whiteness and need for critical review of research methods used to understand systems and experiences of racial oppression and of whiteness

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