Conducting Decolonized Research to Understand the Lived Experiences of Teaching-Mothers

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Abstract

This case study is based on the study entitled “COVID-19: experiences of teaching-mothers in Pakistan”. The study was conducted in 2020 to understand the lived experience of being a Pakistani teaching-mother during lockdown for COVID-19. This case study provides an overview of the chosen research and specifically discusses the decisions made regarding interview questions, the conduct of interviews, and ethical considerations. The case study discusses the following considerations to decolonize research: identification of participant-relevant and participant-informed research problem and adopting a participant-led research approach. The case study also discusses how the study applied participant-driven sampling strategy and the data collection approach and considerations with respect to ethics, building relationships, and conducting interviews.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDiversifying and Decolonizing Research
PublisherSAGE Publications
ISBN (Electronic)9781529689280
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2024

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NameSage Research Methods

Keywords

  • knowledge
  • Pakistan
  • trust

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