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Critically analyze a research article to determine how the researcher(s) incorporated culture into their research. Specifically, how was the influence of culture incorporated into the overall study and what might you suggest for improvement to the research for positive social change. Your analysis will be included in an 8-page paper, not including your title and reference page. Assignment (8 pages excluding title and reference pages):
Part 1: Introduction (2 pages)In your Introduction to your critical analysis, including the following:
Introduce the research you selected (title, authors)
Describe the study (i.e., the purpose of the study)
Describe the problem addressed in the study as well as the research question
Part 2: Methods and Design (2 pages)
Describe the overall design of the study you selected
Describe the type of methodology used (i.e., qualitative, quantitative, or mixed-method)
Describe any ethical considerations within the study you selected. If none mentioned, explain any potential ethical issues the researcher(s) might have needed to consider.
Part 3: Culture within Research (4 pages)This portion of your assessment is your analysis of how the researchers incorporated culture into their research. Include the following:
How did the researcher(s) incorporate the nature of culture within their study?
Are there aspects of the study where researcher(s) could have better incorporated the influence of culture in the sample, methods, analyses, or conclusion, and how?
If the researcher(s) were given an opportunity to improve on their research, what would you suggest? Be specific.
How would your suggestion facilitate positive social change?
Support your Module Assessment by citing all resources in APA format and style, including those in the Learning Resources.
The article is attached
Worthen, M. (2019). Cross-Cultural Lessons on Anger and Social Connectedness. Peace Review, 31(1), 39–45. https://doi-org.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/10.1080/10402659.2019.1613594
Paper demonstrates an excellent understanding of all of the concepts and key points presented in the text/s and Learning Resources. Paper provides significant detail including multiple relevant examples, evidence from the readings and other sources, and discerning ideas.
Paper is well organized, uses scholarly tone, follows APA style, uses original writing and proper paraphrasing, contains very few or no writing and/or spelling errors, and is fully consistent with graduate-level writing style. The paper contains multiple, appropriate and exemplary sources expected/required for the assignment.
Cross-Cultural Lessons on Anger and Social Connectedness MIRANDA WORTHEN
I first started thinking about anger and its role in the experiences of peo- ple who have fought in wars when I was in Sierra Leone, about a year after the cease-fire ended the civil war. I was working as a research assistant on a study with girls who had been child soldiers and who had given birth to children during the war. We were living in a community in the west, on the border with Guinea. At first, we met only a few young women. We listened to their stories—about the war, and about what life had been like for them and their children since the end of hostilities.
As days passed, word got around in this rural community that women had come to listen to the experiences of young mothers who had been child soldiers. Girls and young women living in small huts in the jungle surrounding the town, or sharing a house on the edge, began to come with their babies and introduce themselves and tell us their stories. Amid the grief and despair, the worry about how they would have enough food for the next day, I could hear a simmering rage from many young women: anger at not just what had occurred during the war, but how they had been treated when they returned.
Over the next several years, I got to know stories like the ones told tous in that western village much more intimately, as I co-coordinated a participatory action research study with young mothers in Sierra Leone, Liberia, and northern Uganda aimed at understanding more about what reintegration meant to these young women and their children. During the study, the participants conducted research on what their experiences were like and how they could improve their daily life and the lives of their chil- dren. With a small budget that the participants controlled, they imple- mented interventions aimed at improving their well-being. Finally, we collaboratively assessed the study’s findings and impact. The core of the study was the idea that building community and common connection between marginalized young mothers, facilitated by caring adults, would itself have an impact.
Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, 31:39–45 Copyright
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