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Indigenous scholars struggle to be heard in the mainstream. Here's how journal editors and reviewers can help

By Apisalome Movono, Senior Lecturer in Development Studies, Massey University
Anna Carr, Associate Professor, University of Otago
Emma Hughes, Research Development Advisor, Massey University
Freya Higgins-Desbiolles, Adjunct Senior Lecturer in Tourism Management/ Adjunct Associate Professor, University of South Australia
Jeremy William Hapeta, Lecturer in Physical Education, Massey University
Regina Scheyvens, Professor of Development Studies, Massey University
Rochelle Stewart-Withers, Head of Programme - Development Studies, Massey University
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Mainstream academic publishing presents many obstacles to Indigenous authors, especially the conventional peer review process — but there are ways to overcome this.

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