Groupwork Research

18-Feb-2019

A research project on the connection of identification to cohesion in group work. Participants required...

A student research project is looking for group leaders who would be interested in participating with a study exploring the connection of identification to cohesion in groups. The study is being conducted to examine their connection as they occur together in group work. Eligible participants will be group work leaders who have at least 3 years of experience facilitating groups and who have no existing relationship to the student investigator Stuart Guerin.

The commitment is to attend a 1 hour interview either in person or via video conferencing. The interview will require the participant to talk about their understanding of these two concepts in the groups they have facilitated.

If you or someone you know fits this criteria above, and who indicates their interest, please have them contact the student investigator by email stuart.guerin@students.jni.edu.au or via his mobile 0423 084 755. A copy of the completed study would be made available once completed.

Click here for the ethics approval.

Thanks for your support,

Stuart Guerin

0423 084 755

stuart.d.guerin@gmail.com

 



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