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Geographies of co-production: learning from inclusive research approaches at the margins

Geographies of co-production: learning from inclusive research approaches at the margins
Geographies of co-production: learning from inclusive research approaches at the margins
Co-productive research practices are being increasingly adopted by academic researchers, and expected by some research funders, to both better represent the voices and experiences of researched groups and ensure that research presents value for money in instigating societal change. While co-production is a key feature of inclusive research, its pervasiveness as a broadly-defined guiding principle in the literature nonetheless leaves some questions unresolved: the nature of the co-productive partnerships forged; whether all co-produced research is inclusive; who are valid partners of co-productions; whose voices and experiences, priorities and agendas should be listened to in forging research pathways and trajectories? The paper brings together a collection of papers that engage in co-production with disabled people, the carers of older people, and migrants; all groups who frequently have marginalised subjectivities, being located at the periphery of dominant ideas of the citizen.
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Holt, Louise
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Holt, Louise, Jeffries, Jayne, Hall, Ed and Power, Andrew (2019) Geographies of co-production: learning from inclusive research approaches at the margins. Area, 1-6. (doi:10.1111/area.12532).

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Co-productive research practices are being increasingly adopted by academic researchers, and expected by some research funders, to both better represent the voices and experiences of researched groups and ensure that research presents value for money in instigating societal change. While co-production is a key feature of inclusive research, its pervasiveness as a broadly-defined guiding principle in the literature nonetheless leaves some questions unresolved: the nature of the co-productive partnerships forged; whether all co-produced research is inclusive; who are valid partners of co-productions; whose voices and experiences, priorities and agendas should be listened to in forging research pathways and trajectories? The paper brings together a collection of papers that engage in co-production with disabled people, the carers of older people, and migrants; all groups who frequently have marginalised subjectivities, being located at the periphery of dominant ideas of the citizen.

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Accepted/In Press date: 14 December 2018
e-pub ahead of print date: 1 February 2019

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Local EPrints ID: 426964
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/426964
ISSN: 0004-0894
PURE UUID: 9270b6a6-df58-4ada-af50-af4fdcb0fa52

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Date deposited: 19 Dec 2018 17:30
Last modified: 05 Apr 2019 16:30

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Author: Louise Holt
Author: Jayne Jeffries
Author: Ed Hall
Author: Andrew Power

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