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Power Relations and Participatory Research
|NCRM, University of Southampton|
Dr Tom Wakeford, Fiona Macbeth and members of the People's Knowledge Collective
16/05/2017 - 18/05/2017
Lincoln’s Inn Fields Building, LSE, London,
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In this 3 day course, we will use practical exercises and case studies to examine power relations within participatory research. Participants will develop their own existing participatory research project(s), or a proposal for the future. They will have the opportunity to learn how to address unequal power relations to ensure the research is both high quality and is produced inclusively and can be jointly translated into positive change in communities – locally, globally or both.
The course covers:
By the end of the course participants will:
The course is suitable for researchers or those commissioning research at any level in academic or government institutions who have an interest in participatory research which is co-produced with ‘experts by experience’. It is not necessary for course participants to have experience of conducting participatory research. Participants are invited to come with an idea for a participatory research project which we will develop over the course duration. No software is specified, but participants are recommended to bring laptops and be acquainted with Google Docs.
Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)
The fee per teaching day is:
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Participatory Research, Emancipatory research, Inclusive research, Indigenous methodology, Participatory Action Research (PAR), User engagement, Action Research, Quality in Qualitative Research, Research Ethics, Research Policy, Alternative Methods of Dissemination
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