Personal Worldview and Your Research Mindset Have you ever heard the expression that someone is “right-brained” or “left-brained”? This notion implies that there are multiple ways of viewing the world or of perceiving reality. How you perceive the world may influence your thinking and perspective in ways that go beyond the obvious. For a researcher, it is critical to recognize one’s worldview and the perspectives that derive from it. One means of doing this is to conduct a personal inventory.
Refer to the handout Your Personal Worldview Worksheet. After you have completed the worksheet, post a statement by Day 3 explaining your worldview to your colleagues and Instructor. Follow the worksheets instructions for drafting your personal statement, and consider how your worldview aligns with the worldviews described in this weeks readings from the course text, Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches. Be sure to incorporate ideas and concepts from the readings about practitioner and professional doctorates as well. Your entire statement should be 2 to 3 paragraphs long, or range between.
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