Culture, Diversity, and Ethical Considerations Assignment | Homework for You
For this assignment, you will demonstrate you can summarize and critically evaluate peer-reviewed research and clearly present that evaluative information in writing. Please include how to best assist English Language Learners in the classroom and at home.
Please prepare a paper using books and resources for this week to critique the peer-reviewed research. Then, using the principle of justice, evaluate the research you have gathered so far (7-10 studies) to determine if subject selection followed this principle.
Some aspects of this principle you will reflect on are ethics, genders and diversity that relates to English Language learners.
Does the subject selection sufficiently reflect diversity to make the results of the study generalizable to a general population?
Were individuals chosen as participants who can expect to benefit from the study?
If a diverse group was chosen as the only participants, does this reflect a logic or reasoning from within the study, or does this reflect a convenience selection?
The articles for this weeks reading.
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. (1979).
The Belmont Report.
Avula, H. (2013). Periodontal research: Basics and beyond- Part II (ethical, sampling, outcome measures, and bias). Journal of Indian Society of Perio
Conkin, J. (2005). Critiquing research for use in practice. Science Direct, 19(3), 183-186.
Nelson, T., & Nelson, J. (2010). Evidence-Based practice and the culture of adolescence. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 41(4), 305-31
Ryan, F., Coughlan. M., & Cronin, P. (2007). Step-by-step guide to critiquing research. Part 2: Qualitative research. British Journal of Nursing, 16(1