Citations for article: Doing research inclusively: bridges to multiple possibilities in inclusive research

 

Characteristic interviews, different strategies: Methodological challenges in q

ualitative interviewing among respondents with mild intellectual disabilities

HMH Sigstad – Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 2014 – jid.sagepub.com
Abstract Conducting qualitative research interviews among individuals with intellectual
disabilities, including cognitive limitations and difficulties in communication, presents
particular research challenges. One question is whether the difficulties that informants 

Reflections on the role of the ‘users’: challenges in a multi-disciplinary context of learner-centred design for children on the autism spectrum

S Parsons, S Cobb – International Journal of Research & Method in …, 2014 – Taylor & Francis
Technology design in the field of human–computer interaction has developed a continuum
of participatory research methods, closely mirroring methodological approaches and
epistemological discussions in other fields. This paper positions such approaches as 

Valuing student teachers’ perspectives: researching inclusively in inclusive education?

K Black-Hawkins, B Amrhein – … Journal of Research & Method in …, 2014 – Taylor & Francis
This paper considers how engaging with the principles of inclusive research can enhance
research studies that set out to understand the experiences of student teachers on initial
teacher education programmes. It does so by describing the methodological development 

Practical considerations in doing research inclusively and doing it well: Lessons for inclusive researchers

M Nind, H Vinha – 2014 – eprints.ncrm.ac.uk
This NCRM Methodological Review paper follows on from an earlier Review, Conducting
qualitative research with people with communication, learning and other disabilities:
Methodological challenges (Nind, 2008). That earlier review concluded that the practical, 

A review of methodological strategies for consulting children with special educational needs in physical education

J Coates, P Vickerman – European Journal of Special Needs …, 2013 – Taylor & Francis
Children have the right to be consulted regarding their life choices and experiences. This
has been examined in a plethora of research specific to the education of children. However,
methods for engaging children with special educational needs (SEN) in research have 

[PDF] La voz de las personas con discapacidad intelectual en la investigación: hacia el desarrollo de investigaciones inclusivas.

MP Díaz, CP Rovira – files.revista-educacion-inclusiva.es
Resumen. Las personas con discapacidad intelectual han tenido históricamente una
escasa participación en los procesos de investigación sobre la discapacidad. Este artículo
tiene tres objetivos principales: en primer lugar, revisar el papel de las personas con 

 

Citations for article: Doing research inclusively, doing research well?

The role of communication partners in conversations with people with learning difficulties

CA Todd – 2012 – ore.exeter.ac.uk
Abstract: This study looks at what happens in informal conversations between three people
with learning difficulties (intellectual impairment) and a range of non-disabled partners. It
takes a participatory approach using data collected by the participants with learning 

Engaging with and moving on from participatory research: A personal reflection

C Gristy – International Journal of Research & Method in …, 2014 – Taylor & Francis
In this paper, I respond to the call to articulate experiences of the messy realities of
participatory research. I reflect on my engagement and struggle with the realities and ethics
of a piece of case study research, which set out with a participatory approach. The project 

 

Citations for thesis: Learners’ perspectives of identity and difference: a narrative study on visual and verbal…

Judging quality in inclusive research: urgent challenges and diverse voices

M Nind – 2012 – eprints.soton.ac.uk
Placing emphasis on doing research with young people implies an epistemological,
methodological and political stance. Our goal is to question the dominant position in social
research, where a majority of studies speak for, or about, young people. This seminar will