critique your qualitative research positionality

Using reflective writing as a critical thinking process, consider your researcher positionality as a doctoral-level qualitative researcher and offer a reflective discussion that encompasses four to five paragraphs:

  1. After reviewing the Week 8 Resources and Figure 8.1, use writing-as-inquiry to reflect on the aspects of yourself as a scholar and qualitative researcher and begin to articulate how you would describe your own researcher positionality.
  2. Review the five-course learning objectives (CLOs, see them listed again below) and assess the new learning you have gained in this course and how you will apply it to your future qualitative research design.
  3. Reflect on the gains and challenges in this course experience, and evaluate the current state of your ability to offer a substantive rationale for the choice of the qualitative method for doctoral-level research and the justification of a specific qualitative research design to explore a focused educational problem.
  4. Finally, consider the additional development you will need as you continue your coursework and your development as a doctoral qualitative researcher and your researcher positionality.

Length: 4-5 paragraphs (1–1.5 pages)

References: Optional

http://methods.sagepub.com.proxy1.ncu.edu/base/download/BookChapter/ethics-and-education-research/n6.xml

https://methods-sagepub-com.proxy1.ncu.edu/video/mapping-out-the-survey-research-process?clip=122184

https://journals-sagepub-com.proxy1.ncu.edu/doi/10.1177/1468794117714612