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Thursday, July 19 • 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Reflective Structured Dialogue and Q-Methodology as Community-Engaged Research Tools for Inclusivity and Intersectionality

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This roundtable session engages attendees in considering the potential research applications of coupling two methods for engaging with community on controversial topics. The synergistic combination of Reflective Structured Dialogue and Q-Methodology could engender more truly participatory research findings and processes for otherwise marginalized community members.

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Paul Matthews

Associate Director, Office of Service-Learning, University of Georgia


Abigail Borron

University of Georgia
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Kristi Farner

Extension Program and Staff Development Specialist, University of Georgia
Kristi Farner, Ph.D. Program and Staff Development Specialist, Cooperative Extension, University of Georgia  Kristi is currently working on projects related to onboarding new employees, redefining the agent mentor system, and co-chairing an internal Extension Conference. This fall... Read More →
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Brandy Walker

Public Service Associate Faculty, University of Georgia
PhD in Learning Sciences, Instructional Design, and Instructional Technology. Teach an interdisciplinary grad course: Community Engaged Research Methods. Specialize in Q methodology, conflict transformation, Reflective Structured Dialogue (RSD), curriculum design, community engaged... Read More →

Shannon O'Brien Wilder

University of Georgia

Thursday July 19, 2018 4:30pm - 5:45pm CDT