CER: Ensuring Participant-Centered Research: Addressing Power and Positionality in Social Behavioral Research

Tuesday, March 3 at 12:30pm to 2:30pm

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As researchers, we often don’t give attention to the way our race/ethnicity, language, socio economic status, gender, and other factors play out in our interactions with participants. Julie Slayton will discuss how ethical research conduct demands that we are conscious of the way our power and positionality affects the research process and those who we ask to learn from.

Event Type

Lecture / Talk / Workshop

Audience

Faculty/Staff, Students

Campus

University Park Campus

Tags

deiweek

Website

https://research.usc.edu/training/

Department
Office of Research
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