Culture and Research
|Introductory Psychology: Psychological Methods (#OERuPSY1)|
|Culture and Cross Cultural Research||Introduction | Defining Culture | Cultural, Cross-Cultural and Indigenous Psychology | The NZ Context | Culture, Perception and Understanding | Culture and Research | Affects on Psychology Practice|
This article by seminal author Harry Triandis discusses what we study across cultures, and some of the methodological challenges.
Research across different cultures comes with its own set of ethical responsibilities and challenges. Read this chapter by a distinguished researcher in the field for an overview of some of the things that need to be considered in order to do ethical research in this field.
These authors discuss the concept that there can be as much variation within a culture as between it, so it is just as important to investigate intra-cultural diversity as cross-cultural diversity.
|In this video presentation, Carla Houkamau discusses the diversity within Maori as she talks about her research on Maori identity.|