Week 5 qualitative analysis sensitive and relevant

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Week 5 Qualitative Analysis sensitive and relevant for African Americans, Hispanics, or Asian immigrants. (Select only 1 group). Apply one of the cultural adaptations that Marsigilia and Booth reviewed (i.e., content adaption to include surface and/or deep culture, cognitive adaptations, affective- motivational adaptations, etc.) (pp. 424-426). Be as specific as you can, using citations to support your ideas. By Day 5 , respond to at least 2 of your colleagues and elaborate on their recommendations for cultural adaptation with the group they identified. For example, you might discuss a merit or limitation of the cultural adaptation that your colleague proposed. Or you might suggest an alternative application of one of Marsigilia and Booth’s cultural adaptation. Assignment Analyzing Focus Group Findings By Day 7 Submit a 3-4-page report of the following: 1. Discuss the themes found in the Week 5 Handout: Content Analysis of Focus Groups. Based on this data, what is your analysis of the current barriers to services? 2. Create two social work recommendations to address a current barrier and explain how the recommendation proposed addresses the findings. 3. Discuss how you would collaborate with the research stakeholders (e.g. service providers and community members) to ensure that the data are interpreted accurately and that the practice recommendations made will be culturally appropriate. 4. Critically reflect on your own culture and explain how your cultural values and beliefs may have influenced how you interpreted the focus group data. What specific cultural knowledge do you think you need to obtain to conduct culturally sensitive research with this group? Support the assignment with references using assigned readings and/or additional scholarly literature.
© 2019 Laureate Education, Inc. 12 of 20 Week 6 Program Evaluation: What, Why, and How Resources Readings Dudley, J. R. (2014). Social work evaluation: Enhancing what we do. (2nd ed.) Chicago, IL: Lyceum Books. o Chapter 1, “Evaluation and Social Work: Making the Connection” (pp. 1–26) o Chapter 4, “Common Type of Evaluations” (pp. 71–89) o Chapter 5, “Focusing an Evaluation” (pp. 90–105) Logan, T. K., & Royse, D. (2010). Program evaluation studies. In B. Thyer (Ed.), The handbook of social work research methods (2nd ed., pp. 221–240). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. W. K. Kellogg Foundation. (2017). The step-by-step guide to evaluation: How to become savvy evaluation consumers . Retrieved from - directory/resource/2010/w-k-kellogg-foundation-evaluation- handbook o Chapter 4, “Overview of the Evaluation Process That Reflects Evaluation Thinking” o Chapter 5, “Preparing for the Evaluation” o Chapter 6, “Determine Stakeholders and Engage Them in Evaluation” o Chapter 7, “Developing a Logic Model, Evaluation Questions, “Measurement Framework, and Evaluation Plan” o Chapter 8, “Data Collection and Analysis” o Chapter 9, “Summarize, Communicate and Reflection on Evaluation Findings” Discussion Program Evaluation: Benefits and Concerns of Stakeholders By Day 3, post a brief summary of the program that you selected.

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