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A Case for Iterative Informed Consent in Research with Indigenous Peoples. Fatima Alvarez Castillo University of the Philippines Manila.

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A Case for Iterative Informed Consent in Research with Indigenous Peoples

Fatima Alvarez Castillo

University of the Philippines Manila


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  • Preecha Jiabyu used to take tourists on a rowboat to see the banks of the Mae Klong River aglow with thousands of fireflies. These days, he says, all he sees are the fluorescent lights of hotels, restaurants and highway overpasses. He says he’d have to row three kilometres to see trees lit up with the magical creatures of his younger days….


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Where Fireflies Live banks of the Mae Klong River aglow with thousands of fireflies. These days, he says, all he sees are the fluorescent lights of hotels, restaurants and highway overpasses. He says he’d have to row three kilometres to see trees lit up with the magical creatures of his younger days….

I am going to tell you about a place on the slope of a mountain in an island in the Philippines where fireflies light up the coconut and falcatta trees in rhythm with the primordial cycle of light and dark. …


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Vulnerability of Mangyan banks of the Mae Klong River aglow with thousands of fireflies. These days, he says, all he sees are the fluorescent lights of hotels, restaurants and highway overpasses. He says he’d have to row three kilometres to see trees lit up with the magical creatures of his younger days….

  • Extremely vulnerable

  • With an emerging self assertiveness

  • Highly value integrity and truthfulness


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Decision making in Mangyan community banks of the Mae Klong River aglow with thousands of fireflies. These days, he says, all he sees are the fluorescent lights of hotels, restaurants and highway overpasses. He says he’d have to row three kilometres to see trees lit up with the magical creatures of his younger days….

  • Consensual

  • Not time-bound

  • Dialogic

  • Collective and individual decision making continuum


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Iterative method for indigenous people banks of the Mae Klong River aglow with thousands of fireflies. These days, he says, all he sees are the fluorescent lights of hotels, restaurants and highway overpasses. He says he’d have to row three kilometres to see trees lit up with the magical creatures of his younger days….

- Apt for indigenous culture

  • Apt for highly vulnerable people

  • For expanding agency

  • For education of researchers


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THANK YOU banks of the Mae Klong River aglow with thousands of fireflies. These days, he says, all he sees are the fluorescent lights of hotels, restaurants and highway overpasses. He says he’d have to row three kilometres to see trees lit up with the magical creatures of his younger days….