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Is Doing Research too Complex? Some Reflections

Social Work Chronicle

Volume 1 Issue 2

Published: 2012
Author(s) Name: Sandeep Jagdale, Jagdish Jadhav, Mahesh Chougule | Author(s) Affiliation: Department of Social Work, Walchand College of Arts & Science, Solapur, India
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Abstract

Today’s educational environment is not so conducive either for students or educators. Most of the institutions are taking the students view point of teaching-learning process and framing the institutional policies which may be called ‘students friendly education’ but teachers are at risk to protect the integrity of personal and professional values, ethics. Research in post-graduate courses believed mandatory to learn the perspective that research is not an ‘activity’ or ‘event’ but a way of understanding issues around and develop systematic interventions to address them. Doing students research is perceived as so complicated. It is the real crux in front of teachers involved in research process of students. This article aims to understand the reflections of two schools of thoughts that teachers have. And try to define what is good for students and profession at postgraduate level. How can social research as auxiliary method of social work be enjoyed with rigour and enthusiasm within odd circumstances. The authors are from social work education so article takes the context of social work research.

Keywords: Research, Perspective, Intervention

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