|Question # 41448||Writing||2 years ago|
Research Positionality (Assessment #2)
This is an individual task assessment. You will be required to write a 1500 word reflective essay. You will reflect on the application of your learning related to the readings, lectures and prior assessments. Review your weekly Head Heart Feet worksheets. In particular, you will be tasked to address these three points:
- Your positionality and what you thought to be true in relation to participatory health research
- The methods you would use to approach a complex issue and the reasons why
- How you would seek to undertake research with First Nation Peoples communities
This is a marking guide for the reflective essay.
Reflection and self-assessment
Demonstrates a developing sense of self in relation to research positionality, building on prior experiences to respond to participatory health research.
Synthesizes learning of research design to approach complex health issues.
Develops clear understanding of indigenous research
For Assessment 2, you will be focusing on what is YOUR positionality as a researcher. When you first started PBHL20006, did you know what research positionality you hold? What was it? What research did you do? How has your positionality changed (or strengthened or developed) as a result of your learning in this unit. This is where the head heart feet activity may be helpful to pinpoint your progress. Remember in Week 2 &3 of Assessment 1 you were analysing the traditional and participatory research paradigms. I want you now to try and claim one paradigm as your own. Tell me your position (each of the ologies) and explain why. It’s okay if it’s not the participatory paradigm just tell me why the participatory paradigm doesn’t suit you.
For the research methods part, reflect on these last three weeks, which method resonated with you? Why? Which was challenging? Why?
Given all of this, how will you now approach a First Nations People/ Indigenous community?
It is a 1500 word reflection. If you need help, I suggest you revisit the Week 1 reading, First-person perspective of a graduate student by Judy Burgess.
While not mandatory, correctly using in-text citations and other references can only improve your mark.
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