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This is a good discussion of the different research paradigms. The clip is a little over 5 minutes long and that there are some different terms used from those used by Creswell. Nevertheless, they broadly fit with Creswell’s worldviews. The power point slides that accompany it are good. Go to
While this is a useful resource, it is a little ‘challenging’ in that the voices are highly artificial and not easy to listen to. The site also has some useful exercises and MCQs but you’ll need to register with TEDed and log in. There is a good debate between the
This fascinating TED talk by Hans Rosling introduces ways that statistical data can be used to show patterns and trends. It uses the free software developed by Rosling, which easily downloaded. This will improve presentation techniques and enable conference talks to be much more effective Go to resource
This one-hour performance offers an opportunity to experience the use of Forum Theatre as a means of reflecting practically on ethical challenges in participatory research. The team depicted a scenario based on a real ethical problem faced in community-university partnership research. Members of the ‘audience’ were invited to change places
Durham University project that looked at ethical issues in community-based and participatory research, includes links to documents and videos (including above). Go to resource
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