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Publication - Professor Tim Bond

    Towards a postcolonial research ethics in comparative and international education

    Citation

    Tikly, LP & Bond, TN, 2013, ‘Towards a postcolonial research ethics in comparative and international education’. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, vol 43., pp. 422-442

    Abstract

    The article considers the relevance of postcolonial theory for understanding research ethics in Comparative and International Education (CIE). An understanding of postcolonial theory is outlined, which forms a basis for setting out a postcolonial research ethics in CIE. It is argued that postcolonial theory makes a distinctive contribution to understanding of research ethics in CIE by: providing a critique of dominant approaches; an understanding of the postcolonial condition in education as a context for research ethics; an appreciation of postcolonial research ethics as emancipatory; and, a view of postcolonial research ethics as being situated and dialogic in nature.
    Keywords: Postcolonialism; research ethics; comparative and international education

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