Collaborative autoethnography for eliciting and understanding the lived experience of social work placementomosky
Collaborative autoethnography for eliciting and understanding the lived experience of social work placement
- Gant, V., Cheatham, L., Di Vito, H., Offei, E., Williams, G., & Yatosenge, N. (2019). Social work through collaborative autoethnography. Social Work Education, 1-14.
- Lapadat, J. C. (2017). Ethics in autoethnography and collaborative autoethnography. Qualitative inquiry, 23(8), 589-603.
You will need to deliver a 15-minute oral presentation, aided by PowerPoint slides with notes (recommended number of slides10 slides).
Your presentation needs to cover the following key areas:
1. An overview of the topic and its relevance to social work – why does the issue matter to social work, social workers, or service users?
2. A description of the specific study and its methodology, including:
i. Research objectives or aims
ii. Research design (e.g. exploratory, descriptive, experimental, mixed-method design, etc.) and its alignment with the objectives or aims of the research
iii. Sampling and recruitment strategies employed and the impact of these on the representativeness and/or generalisability of the findings
iv. The data collection method(s) employed (e.g. interviews, focus groups, questionnaires, etc.) and the impact these have on the relevance or validity of the conclusions drawn (including strengths and limitations of the methods)
v. Ethical issues raised by the study methodology and the extent to which these are adequately addressed (with reference to specific principles of research ethics)
3. A reflection and application, inclusive of:
i. An overview of the key findings of the research and how they might inform social work knowledge and/or practice
ii. A consideration of alternative approaches (different sampling, data collection or analysis methods) to pursuing the research, and how this could provide a different understanding of the issue
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