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Talanoa Research: Culturally Appropriate Research Design in Fiji

@inproceedings{Otsuka2006TalanoaRC,
  title={Talanoa Research: Culturally Appropriate Research Design in Fiji},
  author={Setsuo Otsuka},
  year={2006}
}
Talanoa Research is the most culturally appropriate research design in the ethnic Fijian community in Fiji. Talanoa asks researchers to establish a good interpersonal relationship and rapport with ethnic Fijian participants. Talanoa research expects researchers and participants to share not only their time and interests but also emotions. Researchers need to use culturally appropriate procedures in conducting talanoa research effectively. For this purpose, researchers should be aware of ethnic… Expand

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