• Aileen Moreton-Robinson
    Queensland University of Technology
  • Mark McMillan
    University of Melbourne
  • David Singh
    Queensland University of Technology


This edition includes a diverse range of contributions that collectively illustrate two elevated concerns of critical Indigenous studies: First, an interest in establishing ways and means of conducting ethical research with Indigenous communities; and second, critically engaging with constructions of Indigeneity. The first article, by Craig Sinclair, Peter Keelan, Samuel Stokes, Annette Stokes and Christine Jefferies-Stokes, examines the increasingly popular use of participatory video (PV) as a means of engagement, in this case with children in remote Aboriginal communities as participants in health research. The authors note that, whilst not without methodological disadvantages, the PV method, with its flexibility to respond to community priorities is particularly well suited to research with remote Aboriginal communities.

Published: 2015-01-01
Pages:1 to 1
Section: Editorial
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Moreton-Robinson, A., McMillan, M., & Singh, D. (2015). Editorial. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 8(1), 1. https://doi.org/10.5204/ijcis.v8i1.128