Journal Article – Tripped up by Coloniality- Anthropologists as Instruments or A

    Journal Article – Tripped up by Coloniality- Anthropologists as Instruments or Agents in Indigenous-Settler Political Relations?.pdf
    Journal Articles are a great source of scholarly discourse and information that is significant in relation to writing research papers, writing your masters thesis or ph.d. dissertation or wanting to know current information on a specific topic of interest as a researcher / scholar.
    For this final assignment, please write a 1000 word minimum, critical analysis summation on the piece assigned in relation to some of the key thematics in this journal article: anthropological practice, Aboriginal peoples, colonialism, collaboration, treaty, political anthropology, Inuit, decolonial practice, decolonization, counter-hegemony, indigeneity, otherness, subalternity and human rights . In other words, deconstruct, deconstruct, deconstruct.
    “An academic or scholarly journal is a periodical publication in which scholarship relating to a particular academic discipline is published. Academic journals serve as permanent and transparent forums for the presentation, scrutiny, and discussion of research.”

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