Updated: Jul 25
David Mills: Session 04
Own reflections before session:
Start collecting evidence - Going over my blog, I can see I have a lot of conversations that I have analysed, but there is evidence of these claims being true in the real world.
Iterate my question until I arrive at the correct combination of words (Tim Arscott's (14.06.2022) word association to be applied)
Streamline my interventions to the question (As David said, be clear in my intentions)
Reflect and record what information I'm still lacking and how to find it.
How would I infiltrate Gen Z? What language do they speak?
How do I really immerse myself in what they're talking about?
How do I get into their mindset?
Can YouTube be an educator in Sri Lankan parents' eyes?
Pay attention to the words I'm using. Each word has a definition and will affect how my question is viewed.
(Don't forget my Forensic investigation training. This is the evidence collection part)
How would the observations I made with my housemates translate into a Sri Lankan setting?
My evidence should be solid and within my scope of study.
Definitions and personal bias: I'm using these two in the same section as the definition I choose to have is a personal bias.
Define creativity. Define designers. Define my stakeholders clearly.
Reflect on how the adult circle view me as a researcher, a lecturer, an unmarried woman with pink/blonde/blue hair, and face piercings.
Personal Bias test