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Indigenous Research Methodologies & Methods: Expanding the Academic Tool Box

January 19 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm CST

Indigenous Research Methodologies & Methods:

Expanding the Academic Tool Box

January 19, 2022

2pm-3:30pm CST

Presented by Joyce Frey, Ph.D.

This program, when attended in its entirety, offers 1.5 continuing education credits for psychologists.

This program is free to attend and open to all. Space may be limited

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This presentation begins with a historical context of Euro-Western research processes and how they are evolving into the 21st century. It introduces Indigenous worldviews regarding how knowledge is gained and shared, including examples and elements of specific Indigenous Research Models. It advocates for the inclusion of Indigenous Research Models by the mainstream academic community, which have traditionally exempted and denied them as legitimate and credible research methodologies.

Indigenous Semiotics are incorporated throughout to illustrate and exemplify unique indigenous perspectives, as well as two videos that help attendees to capture the essence of processes used by indigenous peoples. The psychological, and societal/cultural aspects of the global phenomenon of the Medicine Wheel are included and explored in context with Western psychological tenets. There is also a brief closing section on best practices when seeking permission to conduct research with indigenous cultures.

This program, when attended in its entirety, offers 1.5 continuing education credits for psychologists.

As an International Psychologist, Dr. Joyce Frey’s focus is centered in cultural diversity with a special concentration on indigenous peoples. Retired from 20+ years teaching, she now devotes full time to consulting, speaking, writing, and online course development. Dr. Frey focuses on issues surrounding the importance of addressing and celebrating our diversities based in cultural integrity, sensitivity, and authenticity.

Her research has been published in the Fourth World Journal, the journal for the Center of World Indigenous Studies, and she serves on the Advisory Council for the Center for World Indigenous Studies. She remains an advocate for all indigenous populations and for the well-being of Mother Earth. Dr. Frey is an alumna of TCSPP’s online Ph.D. International Psychology program. Learn more about her work at: www.drjoycefrey.net.

Details

Date:
January 19
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm CST
Website:
https://tcsedsystem.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYrcOGgqzoqHtPO7kPgzZQI0di4PXCt3xP7