An installment in ASU Professor Tony Clark’s video guide series, “Using the TTC Method” introduces the transcribe-translate-crowdsource approach to build understanding of complex conceptual language rooted in and cutting across a wide range of academic and professional disciplines.
Extends Arizona State University Professor Tony Clark’s (2018) “On the Literature Review & Doing Secondary Analyses” video lecture using Kyna Pak et al.’s (2018) “Suicide Postvention for the United States Military” as a case study.
This video guide locates the grunt work in project design for a conceptual literature review in the middle of creating a context for a project’s subject and designing the actual project itself. This placement creates the fluid conditions necessary in high-quality evidence-based project planning and qualitative and quantitative research design.
Introduces interdisciplinarity and integration as offering the means to enhance the credibility, quality, and trustworthiness in research design project planning (e.g., in defining the research subject, generating descriptive questions and key words for creating a context from extra-disciplinary sources, and developing explanatory, especially “So what?” questions, that guide a conceptual literature review of HOW existing academic publications approach, frame, and understand the subject of our research).