The mini-lecture has 3 parts:
1. Biases & Assumptions
2. Who are the stakeholders?
3. Approaches to research
Download the 16 Biases handout and worksheet to complete the activity described in Part One of the mini-lecture.
There's a) your client; b) your client's audience of students who live off-campus; c) long-term neighborhood residents; d) local government, community organizations, etc.
Start with these resources to research your stakeholders.
Use these resources to augment your research.
Many scholars have studied and written on the issues you are learning about, including "gentrification, racial bias, white privilege, economic disparity, educational opportunities, a historical sense of ownership, and the guarding/preserving of a neighborhood’s culture and history."
Search for scholarly articles and studies in these databases to increase your understanding.