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Impact of co-production.

Author: Aksel Ersoy
Publisher: Bristol : Policy Press, 2017.
Series: Connected Communities
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

This text brings together academics, artists, practitioners and `community activists' to explore the possibilities for and tensions of social justice work under the contemporary drive for  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Aksel Ersoy
ISBN: 1447330307 9781447330301
OCLC Number: 1011112388
Description: 1 online resource (256 pages).
Contents: Introduction, Aksel ErsoyChapter 1. Enabling Conditions for Communities and Universities to Work Together: a Journey of University Public Engagement, Marina Chang and Gemma MooreChapter 2. Understanding Impact and Its Enabling Conditions: Learning From People Engaged in Collaborative Research, Alex HaynesChapter 3. Emphasising Mutual Benefit: Rethinking the Impact Agenda through the Lens of Share Academy, Judy WillcocksChapter 4. From Poverty to Life Chances: Framing Co-produced Research in the Productive Margins Programme, Sue Cohen, Allan Herbert, Nathan Evans and Tove SamzeliusChapter 5. Methodologically Sound? Participatory Research at a Community Radio Station, Catherine WilkinsonChapter 6. The Regulatory Aesthetics of Co-production, Penny Evans and Angela PicciniChapter 7. Participatory Mapping and Engagement with Urban Water Communities, OEzlem Edizel and Graeme EvansChapter 8. Hacking into the Science Museum: Young Trans People Disrupt the Power Balance of Gender `Norms' in the Museums `Who Am I?' Gallery, Kayte McSweeney and Jay StewartChapter 9. Mapping In, On, Towards Aboriginal Space: Trading Routes and an Ethics of Artistic Inquiry, Glen Lowry and Mimi GellmanChapter 10. Adapting to the Future: Vulnerable Bodies, Resilient Practices, Deirdre Heddon and Sue PorterConclusion: Reflections on Contemporary Debates in Coproduction Studies, Aksel Ersoy
Series Title: Connected Communities


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