All new members are expected to complete three tickets upon joining the research team.
Members select a principal based on the sampling procedure found on the Project Information page.
ISLDN SJ strand interview protocol can be obtained from the group convener, Pamela Angelle.
The interview report should begin with a subject overview, followed by a summary of the responses, using the four main research questions as headings.
The interview summary should be uploaded to the project’s dropbox.
The purpose of Ticket 2 is to link the interview data to the macro, meso, and micro framework constructed by the research team.
An audio file is available to guide this report, if needed. Contact Pamela Angelle for a link to this guide.
Upon completion of the contextual frame report, upload the document to the project’s dropbox.
The positionality of the researcher is essential, particularly in a study of social justice. Each member is asked to post a reflective statement on personal philosophy and views regarding the work of social justice. While the statements are personal, the content is confidential within the group. These reflections are intended to help the research team gain a better understanding of how these issues are approached by the researcher. There is no set format but references and key influential text discussions with citations are encouraged.