Globally, there has been an increased focus on the importance of Indigenous Data Sovereignty (IDS) in research involving Indigenous peoples. This is premised on concepts of self-determination during the planning, generation, and use of Indigenous related data. It is also tied to the importance of privileging of Indigenous knowledge systems in Indigenous related research. While there has been considerable effort directed towards the theoretical underpinnings of IDS, and the development of principles that can guide IDS, there is relatively minimal scholarship focused on the application of IDS principles through Indigenous focused research. In this chapter we explore how principles of IDS were applied in a research project focused on Indigenous male aspirations, participation ad achievement in higher education in Australia. Through a reflexive process, we discuss the strengths and weakness of the approach we adopted with the intent of helping other researchers and practitioners to adopt such approaches in future research with young men of colour.
|Title of host publication||Health Promotion with Adolescent Boys and Young Men of Colour|
|Subtitle of host publication||Global Strategies for Advancing Research, Policy, and Practice in Context|
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Apr 2023|