Talking About Smoking in East Arnhem Land: Indigenous Australian Cultural Mentors and a Decolonized Research Methodology

Talking About Smoking in East Arnhem Land: Indigenous Australian Cultural Mentors and a Decolonized Research Methodology Electronic Book Section

SAGE Research Methods Cases: Medicine and Health

  • Author(s): Tane, Moana Pera
  • Published: 2020

Abstract: A qualitative study in the Northern Territory of Australia, among the Yolŋu people, traditional owners of large estates in the remote, isolated region of East Arnhem Land, sought to determine whether tobacco-control efforts utilizing denormalization had resulted in experiences of smoking-related stigma, as an unintended consequence. The role of Yolŋu smoke-free leaders was also investigated and the Tackling Indigenous Smoking program, ‘Yaka Ŋarali”, was evaluated to determine engagement and acceptance by Yolŋu smokers and their families.

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Tane, Moana Pera, 2020, Talking About Smoking in East Arnhem Land: Indigenous Australian Cultural Mentors and a Decolonized Research Methodology, Electronic Book Section, viewed 02 July 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=18118.

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