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Reflexivity has four levels for reflection in the research process: (a) the identification of power, power relationships and its effects; (b) theory of power relations (hidden and explicit); (c) ethical decisions in the research process, and the politics and interests of those that make those decisions; and (d) accountability for knowledge
Section B: Research: An exploration of the dynamics of power within a therapeutic relationship. Section B comprises a report on a study into the dynamics of power within a therapeutic relationship. The purpose of the study was to identify strategies used within therapeutic discourse to manage the therapeutic relationship with particular reference to the dynamic of power.
Summary. Conducting research across any cultural context requires intense attention to ethics. A crosscultural research relationship inherently involves a dynamic of power. As members of colonial cultures, researchers have traditionally held power in forms of money, knowledge, and
Nov 25, 2012 Emotional power in a relationship can corrupt just like any other type of power His research has shown that the presence of contempt in the speech or
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May 27, 2008 Cornwall and Jewkes argue that most conventional research is contractual and tends to maintain rather than challenge the relations of power. Participatory research in contrast is aimed at the collegiate level of participation and can transform social arrangements.
Oct 08, 2018 Power exists in all relationships. Having power means to have a sense of control, to have choices and the ability to influence our environment and others. Its
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