Cultural%20Issues%20in%20Applied%20Psychology%20-%20research%20matsumoto

Cultural%20Issues%20in%20Applied%20Psychology%20-%20research%20matsumoto

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Cultural Issues in Applied Psychology: Research
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Objectives To understand the role of research in generating knowledge about different cultures To identify issues that need to be taken into account in order to conduct culturally valid research To acquire skills needed to be an informed and critical reader and evaluator of research findings
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Key Steps in the Research Process Research Question Identification of theoretical framework Choice of Design Methodological Decisions Sampling Materials Procedures Analysis Interpretation
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The researcher's culture determines what is important to ask. It is important to consider the relevance to the population(s) being studied. Importance of consultation Importance of careful and thorough review of prior work Research Question or Hypothesis
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Theoretical Paradigm May be emic or etic Etic theories may be applied with attention to unique cultural manifestations of the phenomena. Cross validation
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course PSYCHOLOGY Culture an taught by Professor Mcintosh during the Spring '08 term at UNC Charlotte.

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