Data Collection and Analysis
1) Examine the articulated data collection, analysis, and presentation:
a. Does the researcher provide enough information to fully understand how the data was analyzed?
b. With reference to credibility, dependability, and transferability, discuss the trustworthiness of the researcher's procedures and presentation of the data.
c. Discuss whether these findings demonstrate consequential validity.
Contribution of the findings to the social work knowledge Base
2) Think about the usefulness of these findings for the profession of social work.
a. What is the contribution of this study to the social work knowledge base?
b)Are or would these findings be relevant to your current or future practice?
i) If no, why not?
ii) If yes, how would you incorporate these into your current or future practice?
Each paper is to be approximately five pages (double-spaced) in length (cover page and references not included as part of the 5 pages)