Melding Data Collection Methodology with Community Assistance: Benefits to Both Researchers and the Indigenous Groups They Study
I present a description of a model of melding data collection with community aid in the form of health educator training that emerged in the process of research collaboration during 2009-2011 with the Kawymeno Waorani foragers of Amazonian Ecuador. Some guidelines are suggested as to how benefits to both parties might be achieved when collecting data with indigenous populations. In this article I describe some of the advantages and pitfalls of melding data collection and community aid with research when collaborating with vulnerable indigenous groups.
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London, Douglas S.. "Melding Data Collection Methodology with Community Assistance: Benefits to Both Researchers and the Indigenous Groups They Study." Journal of Ecological Anthropology 17, no. 1 (2014): 23-32.
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