INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL DIGITAL EDUCATION FOR CULTURAL SURVIVAL

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INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL DIGITAL EDUCATION FOR CULTURAL SURVIVAL

Introduction

Several indigenous people face severe environmental degradation which impact their cultural lives, traditional governance systems, foods, and knowledge systems. This study gives a critical discussion of the impact of digital education on indigenous people for cultural survival with a focus on the Australian aborigines. The cause of the challenges and environmental issues facing the indigenous people lies on their culture and their relationship with the environment. For instance, due to the nature of their lives, the indigenous people do not have the advantage of the digital technology which would help in making their lives easier. Some of the indigenous people in Australia do not have control over their land or traditional territories and hence they do not make decisions on how their land would be used and how their children would access education. It is important to define the concept of environmental philosophy. According to Anuik and Gillies (2012), environmental philosophy examines the relationship between human beings and the natural environment. In this case, environmental philosophy wishes to understand the conception of the value and entitlements of the nature as well as how human beings with and in the nature. Therefore, the aim of this study is to understand how indigenous people in Australia live in and with the environment and how digital education and technology can allow them have cultural survival. There are several studies which have focused on the environmental philosophy of the indigenous people especially in the Australian context. Therefore, these studies will be examined and evaluated critically to achieve the research aim.

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Assessment Task 3: 2,500-word “Research” Essay**
Task Criteria Grade
You pose the question. You
deliver the answer. INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL DIGITAL EDUCATION FOR CULTURAL SURVIVAL.
Step 1: Before consulting
your lecturer, you are to
choose and develop a topic
relevant to Australian
Environmental Philosophy in
the widest possible sense (e.g.
cross-cultural issues for
learning Indigenous
Environmental Philosophy).
Bring a one-page, printed
copy of an annotated
bibliography for your chosen
topic to the tutorial in Week 8.
Step 2: Together in
tutorials, in Week 8, we will
refine your topics into
precise questions (e.g.
Indigenous knowledge cannot
be translated into Western
Environmental Philosophy.
Discuss.). INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL DIGITAL EDUCATION FOR CULTURAL SURVIVAL.
Step 3: Submission.
(1) the ability to identify and
interpret the major elements
of Indigenous and/or nonIndigenous Australian
Environmental Philosophy;
(2) demonstrated knowledge
of the cultural, social,
political, and moral
complexity of the topic
chosen; and
(3) the presentation and
structure of your argument in
a clear and convincing
manner. INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL DIGITAL EDUCATION FOR CULTURAL SURVIVAL.
60%

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INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL DIGITAL EDUCATION FOR CULTURAL SURVIVAL

Introduction

Several indigenous people face severe environmental degradation which impact their cultural lives, traditional governance systems, foods, and knowledge systems. This study gives a critical discussion of the impact of digital education on indigenous people for cultural survival with a focus on the Australian aborigines. The cause of the challenges and environmental issues facing the indigenous people lies on their culture and their relationship with the environment. For instance, due to the nature of their lives, the indigenous people do not have the advantage of the digital technology which would help in making their lives easier. Some of the indigenous people in Australia do not have control over their land or traditional territories and hence they do not make decisions on how their land would be used and how their children would access education. It is important to define the concept of environmental philosophy. According to Anuik and Gillies (2012), environmental philosophy examines the relationship between human beings and the natural environment. In this case, environmental philosophy wishes to understand the conception of the value and entitlements of the nature as well as how human beings with and in the nature. Therefore, the aim of this study is to understand how indigenous people in Australia live in and with the environment and how digital education and technology can allow them have cultural survival. There are several studies which have focused on the environmental philosophy of the indigenous people especially in the Australian context. Therefore, these studies will be examined and evaluated critically to achieve the research aim. INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL DIGITAL EDUCATION FOR CULTURAL SURVIVAL………

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