What Would You Like to Explore
Is there a problem in your work or social sphere that you feel compelled to understand and act upon? Have you
read a story or viewed a documentary and thought “I could do something like that”?
Once you have watched this week’s Scholar of Change video, you have the opportunity to reflect on how that
student merged their academic studies with their passion for making a difference. In this Discussion, you have
an opportunity to start that journey, to consider a topic you would like to explore.
For this Discussion, you will explore topics in your discipline of interest to you that you want to research using a
Topic I Would Like To Explore
(The Relationship Between Socioeconomic Status and the Prevalence of Diabetes in the African American
To prepare for this Discussion:
• Review the Learning Resources related to qualitative research.
• Consider a topic in your discipline that is of interest to you. This could come from a prior course or something
from your work or personal setting for which you have a passion.
Based on your initial understanding of qualitative research, post a description of the topic you chose in terms of
how it could be conceptualized as a qualitative study. Include:
- What is the phenomenon of interest?
- What experiences or contextual issues might influence how this phenomenon could be studied?
- In what setting(s) could a topic like this be explored?
- What connection do you have to this topic, and why do you think it is important to explore this as a
- What possibilities could the results of this research have for social change?
Be sure to support your main post and response post with reference to the week’s Learning Resources and
other scholarly evidence in APA style.
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