Australian Indigenous people with disability: ethics and standpoint theory
Gilroy, J & Donelly, M 2017, 'Australian Indigenous people with disability: ethics and standpoint theory', Disability in the global south: the critical handbook, Springer, Switzerland. ISBN: 9783319424866
Research on impairment and disability among Indigenous people in Australia has reflected and served the colonial enterprise. National ethical guidelines on research have not been effective in addressing the manner in which Australian Indigenous people with a disability are framed and disempowered in disability research methodology and epistemology. A comprehensive community-grounded, structural enquiry framework is proposed to address these concerns.