Cloth $110.00 ISBN: 9781847424365 Published October 2012 For sale in North and South America only
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Community Research for Participation

From Theory to Method

Edited by Lisa Goodson and Jenny Phillimore

Edited by Lisa Goodson and Jenny Phillimore

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

345 pages | 6 3/4 x 9 1/2 | © 2012
Cloth $110.00 ISBN: 9781847424365 Published October 2012 For sale in North and South America only
Paper $45.95 ISBN: 9781847424358 Published October 2012 For sale in North and South America only
This book bridges a major gap between the theoretical and practical issues relating to community research methodologies. Through a series of reflective chapters, it explores what community research means in a range of settings and for a range of people, examining what it takes to produce a rigorous research project. Surveying important new advancements in research methodology, it measures theory against practice to offer strong recommendations for new approaches. With studentfriendly features, it will be an invaluable book for both those learning and those teaching community research.
 
Contents
List of figures and tables
List of contributors
Acknowledgements

Part One: Theoretical and methodological issues
1. Community research: opportunities and challenges
      Lisa Goodson and Jenny Phillimore
2. A critical communicative perspective on community research: reflections on experiences of working with Roma in Spain
      Aitor Gómez and Terese Sordé Marti
3. Authenticity and validity in community research: looking at age discrimination and urban social interactions in the UK
      Andrew Clark, Caroline Holland and Richard Ward
4. Community research with Gypsies and Travellers in the UK: highlighting and negotiating compromises to reliability and validity
      Philip Brown, Lisa Scullion and Pat Niner
5. Involving community researchers in refugee research in the UK
      Gaby Atfield, Kavita Brahmbhatt, Hameed Hakimi and Therese O’Toole
6. Universities as agents in the empowerment of local communities in Germany, Finland and Russia
      Patricia Bell, Tony Addy, Melinda Madew and Sakari Kainulainen
7. Data analysis and community research: capturing reality on housing estates in Bradford, UK?
      Heather Blakey, E.-J. Milne and Louise Kilburn
Part Two: Ethics, power and emotion
8. Participation in community research: experiences of community researchers undertaking HIV research in South Africa
      Maretha Visser
9. Power and participation in community research: community profiling in Italy
      Terri Mannarini
10. 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
11. Engaging community researchers in evaluation: looking at the experiences of community partners in school-based projects in the US
      Jenifer Cartland, Holly S. Ruch-Ross and Maryann Mason
12. Are we recovery oriented? An Australian encounter of learning from people with lived experiences
      Liam Buckley, Nadine Cocks, Matthew Scott, Michael Stylianou, Lisa Brophy, Jayne Lewis, Kieran Halloran and Melissa Petrakis
13. Ethics in community research: reflections from ethnographic research with First Nations people in the US
      Barbara Kawulich and Tamra Ogletree
14. Avoiding ‘best’ being the enemy of ‘good’: using peer interviewer methods for community research in place-based settings in Australia
      Deborah Warr, Rosemary Mann and Richard Williams
Part Three: Managing the research process
15. 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, Martin Daly, Moira Harper, Gavin Davidson and Jim Campbell
16. Community organisation and community research: women’s struggle for food security in India
      Janki Andharia and Neeta Hardikar
17. Community researchers in an adolescent risk reduction intervention in Botswana: challenges and opportunities
      Bagele Chilisa and Rapelang Chilisa
18. Recruitment and capacity-building challenges in participatory research involving young people in Northern Ireland
      Claire McCartan, Stephanie Burns and Dirk Schubotz
19. Translating lives: cross-language community research with Polish migrants in the UK
      Bogusia Temple and Katarzyna Koterba
20. Mentoring refugee community researchers in the UK: an empowerment tool?
      Patricia A. Jones and Ricky Joseph

Index
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