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Burkholder, Casey; MacEntee, Katie; Mandrona, April; Thorpe, Amelia – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: The authors explore the coproduction of a digital archive with 50 2SLGBTQ+ youth across Atlantic Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic in order to catalyze broader public participation in understanding 2SLGBTQ+ youth-led activism in this place and time through art production. Design/methodology/approach: Through a mail-based participatory…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, LGBTQ People, Activism, Youth
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Renold, E. J.; Ivinson, Gabrielle – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: This paper introduces the concept of posthuman co-production. It explores how processual and relational onto-epistemologies inform an artful, response-able (Barad 2007) feminist new materialist praxis that decentres the human and re-centres matter. Design/methodology/approach: Posthuman co-production gives prominence to crafting…
Descriptors: Praxis, Qualitative Research, Humanism, Art Activities
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Noble, Kate; Wallis, Nicola – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: The authors draw on Howard and Thomas-Hughes' (2020) framework for quality assessment of co-produced research, to interrogate our assumptions and processes and to reflect on our project. They consider if they achieved our planned outcomes around developing practice, enabling a range of voices and perspectives within their research, and…
Descriptors: Museums, Universities, Participatory Research, Action Research
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Marston, Kate – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: This paper critically examines the development and direction of the Fabricating Future Bodies (FFB) Workshop. Troubling notions of co-production as enacting equality or empowering participants, it draws on feminist posthuman and new materialist concepts to understand it as an eventful process that occurs in unpredictable and shifting…
Descriptors: Sexuality, Visual Arts, Creativity, Artists
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Cooper, Fred; Jones, Charlotte – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: This paper explores the dissonance between co-production and expectations of impact in a research project on student loneliness over the 2019/2020 academic year. Specific characteristics of the project -- the subject matter, interpolation of a global respiratory pandemic, informal systems of care that arose among students and role of the…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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Kill, Cassie – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: In this paper, the author reflects on her researcher experiences of attempting to construct co-productive epistemic relations in her ethnographic doctoral research about a gallery youth collective. The paper engages with debates about the nature of co-productive relations, advocating for a more affective approach which attends to…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Ethnography, Interpersonal Relationship, Research Problems
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Nash, Richard; Yamada-Rice, Dylan; Dare, Eleanor; Love, Steve; Main, Angus; Potter, John; Rodrigues, Deborah – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to focus on a designed research methodology to distil existing research findings from an esrc/ahrc funded japan/uk network on location-based virtual reality experiences for children in order to generate new knowledge. Design/methodology/approach: The structured co-production methodology was undertaken in three…
Descriptors: Periodicals, Collaborative Writing, Computer Simulation, Foreign Countries
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Eseonu, Temidayo; Duggan, James – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of claims of cultural appropriation in negotiating who has the right to utilise specific racial, cultural or communities' ways of knowing in research co-production. Cultural appropriation is a claim made against those making illegitimate use of traditions, knowledge and practises that…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Cultural Influences, Futures (of Society), Afrocentrism
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Pham, Son T. H. – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: This current paper attempts to bring more light to the current debate of understanding phenomenological research methods, in order to clarify the interpretive phenomenological inquiry with Heidegger's philosophy of phenomenology. Design/methodology/approach: The paper uniquely presents the three distinctions of Heideggerian thoughts in…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Validity, Reliability, Social Science Research
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Murphy, Rachel; Harris, Belinda; Wakelin, Katharine – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: This article outlines the experience of conducting Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis research into the chronic illness of Inflammatory Bowel Disease, an incurable condition of the gastro-intestinal tract which results in numerous physically and psychologically symptoms that are difficult to live with, by a researcher who shares the…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Chronic Illness, Symptoms (Individual Disorders), Qualitative Research
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Dunkerly, Judith M.; Poplin, Julia Morris – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to challenge the "single story" narrative the authors utilize counterstorytelling as an analytic tool to reveal the paradox of exploring human rights with incarcerated BIPOC teens whose rights within the justice system are frequently ignored. Shared through their writing, drawing and discussions,…
Descriptors: Institutionalized Persons, Correctional Institutions, Adolescents, African Americans
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Hassan, Sobia; Ansari, Nighat; Rehman, Ali – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: The present study aimed to find out the relationship of public service motivation (PSM) with other positive aspects, that is workplace spirituality and employee well-being among academic staff of public sector higher education institutions. Design/methodology/approach: In order to capture the full picture of the institutional factors that…
Descriptors: Public Service, Work Environment, Spiritual Development, Employees
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Woodrow, Nicholas; Fairbrother, Hannah; Crowder, Mary; Goyder, Elizabeth; Griffin, Naomi; Holding, Eleanor; Quirk, Helen – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: The use of online focus groups to explore children and young people's (CYP) perspectives of inequalities in health and associated "sensitive" topics raises important ethical and methodological issues to consider. The purpose of the paper is to discuss lessons learnt from navigating the authors' way through some of the key…
Descriptors: Health, Ethics, Computer Mediated Communication, Barriers
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Nyashanu, Mathew – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: The paper aims to show the impact of insider/outsider researcher positionality and the lessons from researching the social construction of HIV stigma and sexual health-seeking behaviour within black sub-Sahara African communities (BSSA). Design/methodology/approach: The paper is a reflection on the impact of researcher positionality based…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Social Bias, Sexuality
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Dhungana, Siddhartha – Qualitative Research Journal, 2022
Purpose: The article aims at analyzing narratives discourses to project dialogic storying as relevant in a mode of narrative research in English language education. Design/methodology/approach: As an English language teacher and researcher, the author adopts narrative analysis as the research method for doctoral study, so this article delves into…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Foreign Countries
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