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Re-imagining contested communities : connecting Rotherham through research

Author: Elizabeth Campbell
Publisher: Bristol, UK : Policy Press, 2018.
Series: Connected communities (Bristol, England)
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Using history, artistic practice, writing, poetry, autobiography and collaborative ethnography, this book literally and figuratively re-imagines a place, presenting a `how to' for researchers  Read more...


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Additional Physical Format: ebook version :
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Campbell
ISBN: 1447333306 9781447333302 1447333322 9781447333326
OCLC Number: 1003694551
Description: xiv, 236 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part One: Introductions;What kind of book is this? ~ Elizabeth Campbell;Policy, practice and racism: social cohesion in action ~ Zanib Rasool;Part Two: Community histories;Introducing Rotherham ~ Kate Pahl and Miles Crompton;How can historical knowledge help us to make sense of communities like Rotherham? ~ Elizabeth Pente and Paul Ward;Some poems, a song and a prose piece ~ Ray Hearne and Ryan Bramley;Who are we now? Local history, industrial decline and ethnic diversity ~ Elizabeth Pente and Paul Ward;Silk and steel ~ Shahin Shah;History and co-production in the home: documents, artefacts and migrant identities in Rotherham ~ William Gould and Mariam Shah;Tassibee: a case study ~ Khalida Luqman;Identity ~ Zanib Rasool;Part Three: Community ways of knowing;Methodology: an introduction ~ Elizabeth Campbell;Collaborative ethnography in context ~ Elizabeth Campbell, Luke Eric Lassiter and Kate Pahl;Safe spaces and community activism ~ Zanib Rasool;Emotions in community research ~ Zanib Rasool;What parents know: a call for realistic accounts of parenting young children ~ Tanya Evans, Abigail Hackett, Joanna Magagula and Steve Pool;Where I come from and where I'm going to: exploring identity, hopes and futures with Roma girls in Rotherham ~ Deborah Bullivant;Introduction to artistic methods for understanding contested communities ~ Kate Pahl and Steve Pool with Marcus Hurcombe;What can art do? Artistic approaches to community experiences ~ Zahir Rafiq in conversation with Kate Pahl and Steve Pool;Using poetry to engage the voices of women and girls in research ~ Zanib Rasool;The Tassibee `Skin and Spirit' project ~ Cassie Limb;`The Rotherham project': young men represent themselves and their town ~ Nathan Gibson with Zanib Rasool and Kate Pahl;Part Four: Communities going forward;Re-imagining contested communities: implications for policy research ~ Robert Rutherfoord and Maria O'Beirne;What this book can teach us ~ Elizabeth Campbell, Kate Pahl, Elizabeth Pente and Zanib Rasool.
Series Title: Connected communities (Bristol, England)
Responsibility: edited by Elizabeth Campbell, Kate Pahl, Elizabeth Pente and Zanib Rasool.


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