Sharing knowledge

Sharing knowledge Book Section

Working on country: Contemporary indigenous management of Australia's lands and coastal regions

  • Author(s): Baker, R., Davies, J., Young, E.
  • Secondary Author(s): Baker, R., Davies, J., Young, E.
  • Published: 2001
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

Notes: This chapter provides a good, brief overview of the title (sharing knowledge) and it offers suggestions through both general observation and case studies, about how knowledge can be shared. Cross-cultural learning is a prime focus of this chapter (Note: other chapters in this text offer models of cross-cultural learning which are listed separately in endnote libraries). Case studies used in this chapter include: (a) James Cook University & Kuku-Yalanji People Collaborative Research (b) Integration of indigenous values and practices in natural & cultural resource management training - a good overview of this is provided by the author.

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