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Topic Intro: Contextualising Research on Race

Welcome to this topic!

This topic explores the place and importance of context when researching race and racism. We will be learning about contexualisation, data collection, and the construction of meaning. There are a total of 5 sprints in this topic which are between 10-25 minutes long each. It should take you a total of 1.5 hours to complete this topic and the activities. 

By the end of this topic you should be able to:

  • Understand how contextualisation affects the research process and result.
  • Identify the effect of data collection on knowledge production.
  • Critically examine intersectionality and data collection.