It’s November in England’s most southerly and westerly county, Cornwall, home to wreckers and smugglers, sea mists and winter swells that break the hulls of vessels and undermine the strengths of cliffs. Of course, most of the vessels driven over savage rocks have long gone. Yet, their skeletons or exposed ribs can sometimes be spotted … More Kitrina Douglas & David Carless: Reflection on a journey into the unknown
This short blog post reflects on how a range of creative approaches used as part of research processes has successfully motivated multi-disciplinary research team members, as well as engaged ‘harder to reach’ individuals and their support workers to participate in the research itself. Consideration is given to how the utility of such creative approaches … More Clare Pettinger: Creative collaborative ways of ‘doing’ and ‘sharing’ research
Dr Ruth Armstrong and Dr Amy Ludlow from Cambridge University, Wednesday 23rd August 2017, The Old Hall, Girton College Cambridge, with a response from Dr Geraldine Brown, Coventry University. Abstract: Drawing on our experiences over the last four years of building learning communities of students within higher education and criminal justice organisations, this presentation will … More Ruth Armstrong and Amy Ludlow: What’s so good about participation? Discomforts, harms and potential.
Gayle: As a feminist sociologist, and a methodologist, I have long been concerned with the relationship between the process and the product of research: how what we do impacts on what we get. Thus, in addition to an acknowledgment of the significance of the personhood of the researcher I have been concerns with issues of … More Researcher and practitioner reflections…