Knowing and learning: an indigenous Fijian approach Unaisi Nabobo-BabaMaterial type: TextLanguage: ENG, FIJ Publication details: Suva, Fiji Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific, 2006Description: xii, 165 p. 21 cmISBN:
- GN671.F5 N33 2006
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -161) and index.
Making spaces for the voices of indigenous peoples: an epistemological journey among the Vugalei -- Undertaking research in the Fijian village -- The Vugalei Fijian worldview: seeing with the eyes, heart, soul and 'stomach' -- Ways of knowing--analysis, acceptance and change -- Knowledge that counts--what is important to the Vugalei Fijian -- Silence, clan boundary, space and gifting as ways of knowing -- Teaching and learning in Vugalei -- Acknowledging Vugalei epistemology in education and development.