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Lecture 8

HLTH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Irreducible Element, Canadian Indian Residential School System, Participatory Video


Department
Health Studies
Course Code
HLTH 101
Professor
Elaine Power
Lecture
8

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Week 8: Colonialism
Community-Based Participatory Research
Community-driven, not investigator-driven research
Community-owned and community-controlled
Co-created research questions
Participatory methods (indigenous, qualitative, quantitative) of data collection
Co-collected data
Co-analysis
Co-authorship on knowledge created
Photovoice: a participant-employed photographic and storytelling exercise
Digital Stories: participatory video storytelling
On Territorial Acknowledgement From Aphitawikosisan
Relatively new
Its often done in haste to get on with the show
Does not reflect understanding
Tends to happen in pockets of spaces and places
Terminology
Indigenous Peoples
Aboriginal
o First nations
o Metis
o Inuit
Settlers
o White settlers
o Settlers of colour
o Immigrants/arrivants/newcomers
Colonialism
Colonialism is the practice of domination, which involves the subjugation of one people to another
Involves political and economic control over another territory
Settler Colonialism
American progress
Settler colonialism involves permanently implanting settlers on indigenous territories,
dispossessing them of lands and ways of life
Settler colonialism is a global and transnational phenomenon, and as much a thing of the past as a
thing of the present
Access to territory is settler colonialism's specific, irreducible element
Colonial Legacy
A legacy implies colonialism is over
Settlers are here to stay
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