This essay focuses on the production of evidence. consider to be some of the most significant developments cover in Modules Five and Six (for example, discoveries,
Prompt: For this assignment, reflect on what you consider to be some of the most significant developments covered in Modules Five and Six (for example, discoveries, changes in thinking, or research advances), and address the following: · Identify the developments and how they impact individuals or larger groups/cultures. · Describe how the developments changed society’s understanding. How is the development applicable outside of the social sciences? This assignment can be complete through a “micro-presentation” format (1 to 2 slides). It is or a short-answer response (1 to 2 paragraphs). If you are choosing to submit your final reflection as a presentation, please complete. It is the micro-presentation for this assignment (a presentation with 1 to 2 slides and accompanying notes). The underlying problem is that “the production of evidence is organize institutionally.
It is with highly centralize mechanisms, whereas the application of that science is highly decentralize. This social distance prevails because scientists are more orient to the international audiences of other scientists for which they publish than to the needs of practitioners, policy makers, or the local public
as researchers, it is imperative to take steps to overcome this barrier. Publishing your study may be one initial step to make your research known to the global community. Other proactive measures can be take to encourage the uptake of evidence-base interventions. For example, you can present your research findings at various venues, such as Unite for Sight’s Global Health and Innovation Conference. Furthermore, you can send the results of your study to local officials, policy-makers, and community leaders.