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SOSM5.1 Developing a Proposal for Community-Based Qualitative Research 5 op
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Osaamistavoitteet

Course Learning Goals:
1)To learn about the values and principles of collaborative partnerships in research with community organizations,
2)To critically reflect on the potential and significance of community-based research and collaborative work with community organizations
3)To learn how to plan a community-based project in partnership with a community organization in human services work.
4)To develop a small proposal for a community-based research project that uses qualitative research methodology and methods, and

Yleiskuvaus

Community-based, Participative Qualitative Research is aninnovative course that builds on qualitative research to add a community focus that can engage organizations and people meaningfully as partners in research projects that are of interest and significance to them. The community partners add their ideas to the research design and collaborate with the student or academic researchers to develop a project that will be of use to both. In many cases such research may be for a graduate student’s research project or a degree, a faculty member’s community project work and may add to a community organization’s knowledge about how to carry out evaluation of programs and services or to assess needs for new or better services. The course will not enable students to go beyond developing an idea for a research project but it will provide information on how community-based qualitative research could be useful and applied in community projects. Often such projects can also be stimulating and empowering for those who participate.  

There will be some short class lectures, video clips, small group and class discussions and experiential activities during each of the class sessions.

Tutkinto-opiskelijoiden ilmoittautuminen

Koko opintojaksolle otetaan 24 opiskelijaa. Kurssille ilmoittautuminen sähköpostitse erna.tormalehto@uta.fi 27.1.2019 mennessä.
Tiedustelut Erna Törmälehto (erna.tormalehto@uta.fi)

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Tiedustelut Erna Törmälehto (erna.tormalehto@uta.fi)

Opettajat

Tuula Heinonen University of Manitoba, Canada, Vastaava opettaja
Anna Metteri, Yhteyshenkilö
Anna.Metteri[ät]uta.fi
Erna Törmälehto, Yhteyshenkilö
Erna.Tormalehto[ät]uta.fi

Opetus

4.2.2019 – 20.2.2019
Luento-opetus 18 tuntia
Ma 4.2.2019 klo 9-11.45, luokka 103, jatkuu lk 103 seuraavat päivät: 5.2., 6.2., 18.2., 19.2., ja 20.2. klo 9-11.45

Arviointi

Numerolla 1-5.

Oppimateriaalit

Aldred, R. (2009). From community participation to organizational therapy? World café and appreciative inquiry as research methods. Community Development Journal, 46(1), 57-71.

Andrews, J., Newman, S., Meadows, O., Cox, M., & Bunting, S. (2012). Partnership readiness for community-based participatory research. Health Education Research, 27(4), 55-571.

Dunlap, C. (2008). Effective evaluation through appreciative inquiry. Performance Improvement, 47(2), 23-29.

Foster, J., Chiang, F., Burgos, R., Cáceres, R., Tejada, C., Almonte, A., Noboa, F., Perez, L., Urbaez, M., & Heath, A. (2012). Community-based participatory research and the challenges of qualitative analysis enacted by lay, nurse, and academic researchers. Research in Nursing & Health, 35, 550-559.

Hergenrather, K., Rohdes, S., Cowan, C. Bardhoshi, G., & Pula, S. (2009). Photovoice as community-based participatory research: A qualitative review. American Journal of Health Behavior, 33(6), 686-698.

Lundgren, L., Amodeo, M., Cohen, A., Chassler, D., & Horowitz, A. (2011). Modifications of evidence-based practices in community-based addiction treatment organizations: A qualitative research study. Addictive Behaviours, 36, 630-635.

Hughes, M. (2012). Unitary appreciative inquiry (UAI): A new approach for researching social work education and practice. British Journal of Social Work, 42, 1388-1405.

Daily Schedule, Activities and Readings 

Class Session 1: Monday, February 4, 2019—Introduction; Review of Concepts; Community-based and participative research principles and methods

Reading:

Andrews, J., Newman, S., Meadows, O., Cox, M., & Bunting, S. (2012). Partnership readiness for community-based participatory research. Health Education Research, 27(4), 55-571.

Class Session 2: Tuesday, February 5, 2019—Qualitative research in community-based projects

Reading:

Foster, J., Chiang, F., Burgos, R., Cáceres, R., Tejada, C., Almonte, A., Noboa, F., Perez, L., Urbaez, M., & Heath, A. (2012). Community-based participatory research and the challenges of qualitative analysis enacted by lay, nurse, and academic researchers. Research in Nursing & Health, 35, 550-559.

Class Session 3: Wednesday, February 6, 2019—Potential and possibility in community-based participative research 

Reading:

Hergenrather, K., Rohdes, S., Cowan, C. Bardhoshi, G., & Pula, S. (2009). Photovoice as community-based participatory research: A qualitative review. American Journal of Health Behavior, 33(6), 686-698.

Hughes, M. (2012). Unitary appreciative inquiry (UAI): A new approach for researching social work education and practice. British Journal of Social Work, 42, 1388-1405.

Class Session 4: Monday,  February 18, 2019—Challenges and considerations in implementing community-based research

Reading:

Aldred, R. (2009). From community participation to organizational therapy? World café and appreciative inquiry as research methods. Community Development Journal, 46(1), 57-71.

Class Session 5: Tuesday, February 19, 2019—Implementing a proposal for community-based, participatory qualitative research with a community organization or group

Reading:

Lundgren, L., Amodeo, M., Cohen, A., Chassler, D., & Horowitz, A. (2011). Modifications of evidence-based practices in community-based addiction treatment organizations: A qualitative research study. Addictive Behaviours, 36, 630-635.

Dunlap, C. (2008). Effective evaluation through appreciative inquiry. Performance Improvement, 47(2), 23-29.

Class Session 6: Wednesday, February 20, 2019-- Proposal outline presentations

Lisätiedot

Assignments:

1) Short paper of 4-5 pages thoughtfully and critically discussing two readings (assigned articles or others related to students’ research interest and the course content) community-based, participatory qualitative research methods and issues related to implementation. Include a brief summary of what each reading is about and say how the research was enhanced or limited by a community-based and/or qualitative approach. Also give your opinion on what might have been done differently for a better outcome.  (50 points).

2)Group presentation consisting of an outline and short description of a community-based, participatory qualitative research project your group might be interested in carrying out. This presentation will be given with your group on the last day of the course. Describe why the research would be useful, what it would show and how a community-based participatory approach could be more successful and promising. Also mention some possible ethical or other challenges and how you would manage these in carrying out this research project (35 points).

3) Five to three page paper describing what you learned about conducting a community-based project, including the challenges and rewards that you might experience (15 points).

Students need to attend each session as course learning is heavily weighted toward group and classroom discussions, which cannot be substituted through other work outside the classroom. The total possible grade for completion of the course and assignments is 5 ECTs.

** Sosiaalityön opiskelijat: kurssi korvaa yhden vaihtoehtoisen jakson STYS3B1-STYS3B3 opinto-oppaan kohdasta STYS3B Erilaiset tiedonmuodostuksen tavat 5 op tai kurssin voi käyttää valinnaisiin opintoihin. **