Kembara Journal [June 2020]
Issue #1: Celebrating MSME Day!
We celebrate MSME day on 27th June 2020. In this issue, we explore thick data, unpacking a series of photographs to identify contrasting and conflicting narratives; we demonstrate tools for navigating complexity, such as signal charts and SDG interaction mapping; and we argue that MSMEs are at the heart of addressing many complex problems. In its most visceral form, Exploration is about Prompting, Provoking and Probing.
In search of the Malaysian Polar Bear: Localising climate narratives among youth
This blog post presents the case for youth engagement in climate action by reflecting on locating climate change narratives in the local context, exploring future climate scenarios, and recommending youth agency to create urgency.
7 Data Collection Methods & Tools For Research
A snapshot of data collection methods and tools.
Why Choose Qualitative Research over Quantitative Research?
Qualitative Research refers to investigative research. This method is generally used for understanding views and perceptions. It offers visions to different problems and helps in developing concepts or theories for potential quantitative research.
15 Reasons to Choose Quantitative over Qualitative Research
Quantitative research may be more preferred over qualitative research because it is more scientific, objective, fast, focused and acceptable. However, qualitative research is used when the researcher has no idea what to expect. It is used to define the problem or develop and approach to the problem.
Photovoice Blog Series
The photovoice method as a way to engage in research and create a platform for marginalized and under-represented individuals to share and express their voices and concerns.