Emancipatory and Participatory Research for Emerging Educational Researchers
Theory and Case Studies of Research in Disabled Communities
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Emancipatory and Participatory Research for Emerging Educational Researchers is a concise fundamental guide on two related models of education research - emancipatory and participatory.
In addition to providing an introduction to these research models, this book also studies them through the lens of critical practice as well as pure research and provides case studies as examples. It highlights a variety of data collection techniques that are used in education research, from visual methods to interviews, and the strategies researchers apply to ensure the research process involves and benefits the participants.
Emancipatory and Participatory Research for Emerging Educational Researchers functions as a useful "how to" guide for first time and less experienced researchers and also highlights how participatory research is by its nature emancipatory, and the overlaps between the two models’ approach to data collection.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
The Context of Emancipatory Paradigm and Participatory Methodology?
A Run-Down of the Chapters
Chapter 2: Emancipatory and Participatory Research
Ethical Considerations Prior to Designing Emancipatory Participatory Research
Designing an Emancipatory Participatory Study
Chapter 3: Case Study of a Small Scale University-Based Postgraduate Project
Summary of the Methodologies and Methods
Findings that Arose from the Study
The Issues that this Study Identified
Chapter 4: Case Study of a Large Scale Museums-Based Project
The Approach to Using Emancipatory Participatory Methodology
The Findings from the Participatory Practice
Problems that Arose Through Participation, and the Development of Further Validities
Concluding Discussion - Addressing the Tensions Within the Group
Chapter 5: Conclusion
Joe Barton attained his MRes from the University of Bath, UK. He has been involved in disability sport as both a sportsperson and a coach and now counsels young people with disabilities on career choices and development.
Simon Hayhoe is a Reader in Education at the University of Bath, UK. He is also a Centre Associate in the Centre for the Philosophy of Natural and Social Science at the London School of Economics, UK, and an Associate of the Scottish Sensory Centre at the University of Edinburgh, UK