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Research Presentation

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Michael Phillips

on 26 August 2014

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My research proposal
Rational
Aim:To provide a voice for Transgender Young People
Analysis
De-personalise
Develop list of significant statements
Theme
"Textural Description"
"structural description"
Combine 'textural' and 'Structural description' creating the study 'essence'
Ethics: Informed Consent
Terminology
Sex
Methodology
Ontological Belief: Queer, Transformative perspective
Ethics
Confidentiality
Aim: to explore current support methods
and provide options for adaptation.
Literature
Gender identity
Non-Binary
Gender
Trans
Gender
Initial Meeting
over 16
Two week thinking space
Sign consent form if willing
Under 16: parental knowledge
Letter to parents detailing study process, consent process and confidentiality.
two week consideration period
if consenting: signature of both parent and YP
Under 16: No Parental Knowlege
Assessment of competence:
discussion with YP
Discussion with Gatekeeper/ lead Youth Worker
Final decision and Signature from YP
Discussion of volunteers ages
Discuss consent / withdrawing consent
discussion of study methods and timetable
Q & A
Epistemology: Postmodern, social constructionism
(Creswell , 2013)
(Creswell , 2013)
Sampling: Convenience Sampling
(Miles and Huberman, 1994, cited in Cresswell, 2013)
Who
1 Volunteers from a local LGBT
Youth group who Identify as trans.
2 up to a maximum of 6
3 Access through Lead youth Worker
What?
1. 1 Focus Group
2. Maximum of 4 one-to-one,
semi-structured interviews per
participant
3. All stages recorded on Dictaphone
and any group work recorded on
paper as well.
When?
Run alongside normal youth session with each session being approximately 30 minutes
Where
Methods
Why?
1 Pre-existing contact with
the group
2 Known numbers of potential
participants
3 Necessary as a closed group
and also allows protection for
the participants
Why?
1. To gain overview of information to
facilitate developing questions.
2. To gain individual incite into YP
experience whilst allowing for analysis
time.
3. will allow more clarity on data and reduce
information bias during gathering stages.
Why?
This will allow for minimum impact on the session and the YP's normal participation within the session. Also will not impact on the YP's personal life.
Will take place in a separate, quiet space within the same building
Why?
Again so as to minimise impact on the main session without inconveniencing the YP involved. Also it is a large, quiet space to allow for recording.
Method: Phenomenological stance
(Creswell , 2013)
(Creswell , 2013)
(Creswell , 2013: 194)
(Creswell , 2013: 193)
Anonymity
Protection of mental and Physical Health
Ethical Guidelines: combination of National Youth Agency (2004) Ethical Conduct in Youth Work Practice and the University of St Mark and St John’s Ethics Policy (d.u.)
Dec
Jan
March
Feb
Nov
Oct
December - February
Research Process:
End of Dec - Start Jan - Focus Group
Jan - Beginning of March - interviews
March - April
Analyse and Write up Data
Finalise and edit into Final Document
Oct - Nov
Contact Gatekeeper/ Lead Youth Worker to discuss access, research process and any requirements
Oct - Dec
Complete Part 1 of Dissertation
Dec: Meet with group to Discuss my research and begin recruitment
HAND IN!!
April
Research Timeline
Introduction
?
Support for Transgender Young People: is it sufficient?
Why?
1. Potential for Marginalisation
2. Moving the focus onto the T in LGBT
Governmental and human rights policy
Theoretical gender literature
Practice based literature
An exploration of pre-existing provision
Practitioner research based researcher with my:
(Fox et al., 2007)
End of December: meet with volunteer participants for informed consent meeting.
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