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Indeed, such consultation should also extend to the content of formal education syllabuses referring to Native cultures (see Devine Ch. 34; Jamieson Ch. 35; Riley 1992). Unfortunately, this creative—and appropriate—approach to curriculum development does not appear to be commonplace (see Andah 1990b; Momin & Pratap Ch. 19; Ucko Ch. 17). The International Code of Professional Ethics adopted by the International Council of Museums (ICOM) in 1986 ‘insists that the development of the educational and community role of the museum must be seen as a fundamental ethical responsibility’ (Boylan 1991, p.
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