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Community research for participation : from theory to method

Author: Lisa Goodson; Jenny Phillimore
Publisher: Chicago, IL : The Policy Press, 2012.
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Presenting the latest thinking in the field, this book bridges a major gap in knowledge by considering both theoretical and practical issues relating to community research methodologies.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Goodson, Lisa.
Community research for participation.
Bristol : The Policy Press, 2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Goodson; Jenny Phillimore
ISBN: 9781847429421 1847429424
OCLC Number: 806205264
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (363 p.)
Contents: Community research: opportunities and challenges ~ Lisa Goodson and Jenny Phillimore; A critical communicative perspective on community research: Reflections on experiences working with Roma in Spain ~ Aitor Gomez and Terese Sorde Marti; Authenticity and validity in community research: Looking at age discrimination and urban social interactions in the UK ~ Andrew Clark, Caroline Holland and Richard Ward; Community research with Gypsies and Travellers in the UK: Highlighting and negotiating compromises to reliability and validity ~ Philip Brown, Lisa Scullion and Pat Niner;Involving community researchers in refugee research in the UK~ Gaby Atfield, Kavita Brahmbhatt, Hameed Hakimi and Therese O'Toole; Universities as agents in the empowerment of local communities in Germany, Finland and Russia ~ Patricia Bell, Melinda Madew, Tony Addy and Sakari Kainulainen; Data analysis and community research: Capturing reality on housing estates in Bradford, UK ~ Heather Blakey, EJ Milne and Louise Kilburn; Participation in community research: Experiences of community researchers in HIV/AIDS research in South Africa ~ Maretha Visser; Power and participation in community research: Community profilinh in Italy ~ Terri Mannarini; The pedagogy of community research: Moving out of the ivory tower and into community organisations in Canada ~ Karen Schwartz, Adje van de Sande and Ann Marie O'Brien; Engaging community researchers in evaluation: Looking at the experiences of community partners in school based projects in the US ~ Jenifer Cartland, Holly Ruch-Ross and Maryann Mason; Are we recovery orientated? An Australian encounter of learning from people with lived experience ~ Lisa Brophy, Melissa Petrakis, Liam Buckley, Matthew Scott, Jayne Lewis, Nadine Cocks, Michael Stylianou and Kieran Halloran; Ethics in community research: Reflections from ethnographic research with First Nations people in the US ~ Barbara Kawulich and Tamra Ogletree; Avoiding best being the enemy of good: using peer interviewer methods for community research in place-based settings in Australia ~ Deborah Warr, Rosey Mann and Richard Williams; Mental health service users and carers as researchers: reflections on a qualitative study of citizens' experiences of compulsory mental health laws in Northern Ireland ~ Damien Kavanagh, Gavin Davidson, Jim Campbell, Martin Daly and Moira Harper; Community organisation and community research: Women's struggle for food security in India ~ Janki Andharia; Community researchers in an adolescent risk reduction intervention in Botswana: Challenges and opportunities ~ Bagele Chilisa and Rapelang Chilisa; Recruitment and capacity building challenges in participatory research involving young people in Northern Ireland ~ Claire McCartan, Dirk Schubotz and Stephanie Burns; Translating lives: Cross language community research with Polish migrants in the UK ~ Bogusia Temple and Katarzyna Koterba; Mentoring refugee community researchers in the UK: An empowerment tool? ~ Patricia A. Jones and Ricky Joseph.
Responsibility: edited by Lisa Goodson and Jenny Phillimore.

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"Goodson and Phillimore have collated a comprehensive and timely volume into the nature of community research that highlights the benefits of working with and in communities." LSE Review of Books

 
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