Strengthening the intergenerational transmission of Intangible Cultural Heritage within a Noongar Kinship group
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The study was the initiative of senior women of a Noongar kinship group of the South West region of Western Australia and examines the Participants’ reflexive practice and strategies for strengthening the production of their Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH). The participant lead study articulated and applied an innovate research design by combining a Kinship Research Methodology (KRM) with Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) theory resulting in a relational, constructionist and decolonising approach to the production of their ICH.