Abstract

Higher Degrees of Research particularly in science have a well structured framework on how they can be completed, and this is reflective of Western approaches. The ‘traditional’ Western method is usually seen as completing a dissertation or thesis, but other methods can be used to communicate research findings. This PhD will challenge this Western approach by using Indigenous methodologies and science as the foundation for understanding and researching the ecology of Koalas and Eucalyptus.

Conference

ConferenceDocFest 2023 Graduate Research Conference
Country/TerritoryAustralia
CityWagga Wagga
Period22/05/2326/05/23
OtherAs researchers we evolve over time - we learn new skills, broaden our thinking, and expand our horizons and networks.

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