This is your link to episode 4 (part 2) of the social work discoveries podcast with Dr Fran Gale and Dr Michel Edenborough. Last episode you heard all about teamwork, the purpose of research methodologies, and researching with children and youth in Western Sydney. This episode we move on to discussing the deep and broad topic of ethics in research and the future of social work research with Michel & Fran.
A big thanks to you all for listening! Find me on twitter using the tag @swdiscoveries if you want to say hello. I hope you are enjoying the discussion as much as I am 🙂
This is the first part of my conversation with Dr Fran Gale and Dr Michel Edenborough from Western Sydney University.
Fran and Michel have been working on a fantastic social research project involving ‘digital mapping’ in the Blacktown (Greater Western Sydney) local government area with children and young people.
In this episode you’ll hear about what it’s like working on a social work research team, as well as explore further the term methodology in social research, among other things. Keep an ear out for Fran & Michel’s description of their project – you’ll be able to hear the joy and passion in their voices!
Part 2 of the conversation will be following shortly. I hope you enjoy! Tweet me @swdiscoveries if you have any questions or just want to say hello. Cheers!