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Complete the following exercises below: 1. Locate the following article – click on the link below: Khawaja, N. G. & Lathopolous, P. (2014). A qualitative study of mental health practices with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) clients. The Australian Community Psychologist, 26(2). pp 8-21 Lee, A., & Khawaja, N. G. (2013). Multicultural training experiences as predictors of psychology students’ cultural competence. Australian Psychologist, 48(3), 209-216. 2. Once you locate both article, print them and read through each article carefully and write a summary in your own words that answers the following questions: Why was this study conducted? What were the study research aims? What were the study methods (e.g., participants, methods and procedure)? What were the study findings? You should write a paragraph of no more than 250 words per article (total of 500 words) in full, formal sentences that addresses the above but does not appear as a list. 3. Read Bernstein et al. (2013, pp. 31-47), and Howitt (2010, pp 15-18; 20-22). In 400 words (max) describe and contrast the two following epistemologies: Positivism and Social Constructionism. Your answer should be written in your own words. You do not need to include references your answer. However you need to be mindful of appropriately paraphrasing the information that you read. 4. Based on the descriptions of Positivism and Social Constructionism identify key similarities and differences between the two research articles- i.e., Khawaja and Lathopolous (2014) and Lee and Khawaja (2013). Max of 500 words. 5. Read Bernstein et al. (2013, pp 56-58) on ethics in psychological research. In 400 words, did Khawaja and Lathopolous (2014) and Lee and Khawaja (2013) adhere to current ethical standards? In what way? Provide correctly referenced examples to support your answers. 6. In 200 words identify and explain one key limitation for each research article i.e., one for Khawaja and Lathopolous (2014) and one for Lee and Khawaja (2013). Required Readings: 1. Howitt, D. (2010). What is qualitative research in psychology and was it really hidden? In Introduction to qualitative methods in psychology (pp. 5-27). Harlow, England: Financial Times Prentice Hall. Available in CSU e-reserve (go to CSU library home page. In Primo Search select subject code, type in PSY101 and click Search). 2. Bernstein et al. (2013). Chapter 2 – Research in psychology. 3. Khawaja, N. G. & Lathopolous, P. (2014). A qualitative study of mental health practices with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) clients. The Australian Community Psychologist, 26(2). pp 8-21 4. Lee, A., & Khawaja, N. G. (2013). Multicultural training experiences as predictors of psychology students’ cultural competence. Australian Psychologist, 48(3), 209-216.
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