Researching within and across multicultural contexts: A hands-on workshop

Anna CohenMiller, Nettie Boivin

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Abstract

What does it mean to work across multicultural contexts? Am I following and engaging in the “right” procedures? Am I being seen as an insider or outsider? Am I taking the right steps to engage in culturally sensitive and aware research? Have I had a chance to reflect on the research I’m conducting? How am I identifying myself and what does that mean for my research?

In this workshop, using such questions as a framework, participants will be engaged in hands-on activities and critical self-reflection as informed by the forthcoming book Questions in Qualitative Research Methods in Multicultural Contexts. By engaging in these activities, researchers will have an opportunity to learn and/or reflect on foundational concepts in working and researching in and across multicultural contexts.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropean Congress for Qualitative Inquiry (ECQI)
Subtitle of host publicationQI for sustainability
Publication statusPublished - Feb 6 2020

Keywords

  • intercultural communication
  • qualitative research
  • research methods
  • cross-cultural understanding
  • anthropology
  • education
  • multiculturalism
  • power
  • privilege
  • social justice
  • diversity
  • trust
  • interdisciplinary

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