Respecting Cultural Values: Conducting a Gambling Survey in an Australian Indigenous Community
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 2010 Dec; 34(6): 547-53
This paper details how we, as 'cultural outsiders', conducted a large gambling survey in an Indigenous Australian community that adhered to Indigenous ethical protocols and values while differing from some standard survey practices.
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