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HWC 313 Class Note 5

by: Dana Mass

HWC 313 Class Note 5 HWC 313

Dana Mass
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These notes are from chapter 4, she said that what ever is said in class will be on the midterm.
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dana Mass on Thursday September 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HWC 313 at Stony Brook University taught by Diana Filiano in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Research in Social Work I in Social Welfare BASW (SOC WF) at Stony Brook University.

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Date Created: 09/29/16
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 HWC 313 Class Note 5 - Belmont report: if research is happening there needs to be institutional review boards. Everyone has to get their research approved before doing the actual research. Consent forms, instruments, anything you use during the research. If you change anything, you need to re-submit. It is to protect human subjects. - Values in research: we need to look ago ur lens but remember ethical procedures. - Three principals for belmont report: - doing good for people (beneficence) - justice - respect for persons Chapter 4 - Consumer role - We want to support our question with actual data and information - What ever generalizations we may have, we discuss with bullet points. What may be said, may not always be true. In order to make one of these statements, we need info to back it up. - External validity: your study is so representatives of the population we can take the findings and generalize the information to population at large. The more diverse, the more we can generalize to the population. - Mixed method: expanding on some topics. Use some quantitative data and qualitative data. - Problem formulation: start with a problem, can ask a question without it. - Concept of resilience: ability to withstand, overcome, ability to thrive in adversity. Ability to recover readily from illness, depression, adversity, or the like; buoyancy. You're still moving forward even though you have been though all of these things. - Theory is a foundation, we study things based on what other people have done - Problem formulation stage: questions, think about whats related, think about concepts - If we want to change policy we need to show what is working or what is not working (comparative study) - Effectiveness = explanatory, comparing and contrasting, control groups, quantitative - qualitative: meaning of people, experiences, cultures, “What” “How”, one kind of data, data from words, “from the field” (natural settings), research is the instrument, methods change during .÷study, narrative, a lot of writing - Analysis: creating themes, organize data into themes, it is inductive (formed without use of theory or established views) - quantitative: relationship between variables, “Does”, more rigid, statistical review - Analysis: statistics, uses numbers. Deductive (formed with use of theory) - Independent: manipulated by the researcher - dependent: impacted by independent variable - extraneous - There may be main questions and then prompt questions - Social desirability: do our questions make people wonder if they want to answer them or not 1


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