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Join the Writing Group Publish and Preserve
Date: January 20, 2022
Facilitator: Maria K. E. Lahman
Topic:  Reflexivity in Research
Description: Join this session to consider the following questions. What is reflexivity in research? How might research reflexivity occur? How do qualitative researchers usually write about reflexivity in research? What rich resources are there? Reflexivity in research will be the unifying thread through all sessions in this series.
Register Here:  https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwsdOusrzMoGtfIw9shdNTtIF7IjOL7EIMp 
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Facilitator’s Bio: Maria K. E. Lahman is a professor at the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado, USA, where she is a qualitative research methodologist in the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. A Mennonite, Maria’s first forays in formal writing were within the context of social justice and peace building, which she continually challenges herself to weave into her pedagogy and writing. Her scholarship is focused on writing and representing qualitative research, with an emphasis on aesthetic accounts, young children, mothering, culturally responsive research, and creating ethical solutions within culturally complex contexts.

    

Join the Writing Group Publish and Persevere
Date: January 27, 2022
Facilitator: Maria K. E. Lahman
Topic: Writing Reflexivity into Research Accounts
Description: Qualitative Researchers exhibit deep reflexivity during the research process. How might the reflexive process best be reflected in our final research accounts?
Register Here:  https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIod-6rrj4vHN2RSrv2euVXFUY_DgdMs-DE
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Facilitator’s Bio: Maria K. E. Lahman is a professor at the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado, USA, where she is a qualitative research methodologist in the Department of Applied Statistics and Research Methods, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. A Mennonite, Maria’s first forays in formal writing were within the context of social justice and peace building, which she continually challenges herself to weave into her pedagogy and writing. Her scholarship is focused on writing and representing qualitative research, with an emphasis on aesthetic accounts, young children, mothering, culturally responsive research, and creating ethical solutions within culturally complex contexts.

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