The Safety And Peace Promotion Research

1293 Words6 Pages
Sandy Lazarus, who is a part of the Safety and Peace Promotion Research Unit, Institution of social and health science for the University of South Africa and a faculty of education for the University of the Western Cape of South Africa, Larenza Williams, Grant Demas and Anthony V Naidoo are apart of the department of Psychology for Stellenbosch University in South Africa. Fiona J Filander and Basil May, who are apart of the Railton Foundation of South Africa, All came together to collaborate in community-based participatory research project that focused on the community development needs of Railton and to prioritizing the process of those needs. Railton community struggled with pass and present forms of oppression and inequities that…show more content…
(2) What is the priority needs relating to community action in Railton? (3) What are the priority strategic areas for community action in Railton? During the earlier phases of the research process and additional research question emerged: (4) what are the important historical events and data that need to be taken into account in understanding the Railton context? This study also involved elven phases, along with the main activities. Phase one was preparation, which focused on the ethics process, research team training, marketing and initial interviews. The second phase was the contextual analysis, which was the document analysis, school essays, and elder’s workshop. Third part of the phase was key informant interviews that where the workshop interviews with twenty-nine key stakeholders. Phase four was community asset-mapping workshops for the youth, elders, adult and service providers. Fifth phase consisted of survey questionnaire from two hindered youth and adult households with in the right zones of Railton. The Sixth Phase was the Photo-story-telling, which focused on getting photo-documentary on historical site or events and community assets. Seventh Phase was GIS mapping assets of the GPS locations of key sites and community assets. Eighth phase was the triangulation analysis, which was pulling it all together around the four research objectives. Phase nine was presenting the findings in
Open Document