Doing Research with Refugees: Issues and Guidelines Paperback – 1 Mar 2011
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... a lively, accessible book with a humane and open approach to the subject. ... this is a useful and thorough guide for anyone planning to undertake research in this area. It is a thought provoking and sometimes moving account of a diverse group of people who have used research in an attempt to give refugees a greater voice in society. Diversity in Health and Social Care
Here is a book about refugee people, including those seeking asylum, as agents. Their participation in the research processes which inform the policies that shape their lives is seen as vital to the success both of the research and the ensuing social action. This is a pioneering collection that explores a new, and to some, disconcerting, direction in research. No one engaged in research with refugees can afford to ignore the questions it raises. Nicholas Sagovsky, Canon Theologian at Westminster Abbey and Visiting Professor in Theology and Public Life at Liverpool Hope University
About the Author
Bogusia Temple is Professor of Health and Social Care Research at the University of Central Lancashire. She has extensive research experience with service providers, service users and community groups in health and social care. Rhetta Moran is an independent researcher who has worked across the voluntary and academic sectors developing action research projects for 20 years.
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