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Collaborative working practices: Imagining better research partnerships

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Collaborative research can bring communities to the heart of social research and provide a lens on the everyday experiences of ordinary people living extraordinary lives, capturing the funds of knowledge held in communities that exist outside the corridors of education institutions. If delivered in an ethical way, co-production can empower communities and elevate voices that traditionally have been on the margins. Through collaboration, we can bridge the knowledge gap that exists between communities and universities and raise community aspirations.
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Keywords: CO-PRODUCTION; COMMUNITIES; CREATIVE METHODOLOGY; ETHICAL WAY OF WORKING; MARGINALIZED VOICES

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 2017

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