Too much information: when the burden of trust paralyses representation

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Everett, Kristina. (2008). Too much information: when the burden of trust paralyses representation. In Indigenous biography and autobiography pp. 147 - 157 Australian National University Press.
AuthorsEverett, Kristina
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[Extract] This story is not a simple one, nor, very likely, an unfamiliar one to anyone who has conducted research in Indigenous contexts. It began when a long time Aboriginal friend, ʹAlmaʹ, asked me to help her to write her story so that her children, grandchildren, future descendants and the general public could know about her life.

Page range147 - 157
Year2008
Book titleIndigenous biography and autobiography
PublisherAustralian National University Press
Place of publicationAustralia
ISBN9781921536342
Web address (URL)https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt24h88s
Open accessOpen access
Research GroupCentre for Education and Innovation
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