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«An inspirational and practical guide for deepening our understanding of the immediate impact and long-term legacy of collaborative research-an important resource for students, academic researchers, and practitioners." Mary Brydon-Miller, Teachers College, University of Cincinnati»

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Universities are increasingly taking an active role as research collaborators with citizens, public bodies, and community organisations beyond their walls. Thousands of research collaborators, as well as the funders and institutions that are supporting them, are struggling to articulate the value of this work. This book addresses head on the key challenges in understanding and articulating the value of collaborative research in the arts, humanities and social sciences in particular.
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Forlag: Policy Press
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 272
ISBN: 9781447331605
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Introduction ~ Keri Facer and Kate Pahl;
Section 1: Understanding legacy in practice;
Weighing value: Who decides what counts? ~ Sophie Duncan, Kim Aumann;
Evaluating Legacy: The who, what, why, when and where of evaluation for community research ~ Peter Matthews, Janice Astbury, Julie Brown, Laura Brown, Steve Connelly, Dave O’Brien;
Implicit values: Uncounted legacies ~ Julian Brigstocke, Elona Hoover, Marie Harder, Paula Graham, Sophia de Sousa, Andy Dearden, Ann Light, Theodore Zamenopoulos, Katerina Alexiou, Gemma Burford, Justine Gaubert, Colin Fosket;
Socialising heritage/socialising legacy ~ Martin Bashforth, Mike Benson, Tim Boon, Lianne Brigham, Richard Brigham, Karen Brookfield, Peter Brown, Danny Callaghan, Jean-Phillipe Calvin, Richard Courtney, Kathy Cremin, Paul Furness, Helen Graham, Alex Hale, Paddy Hodgkiss, John Lawson, Rebecca Madgin, Paul Manners, David Robinson, John Stanley, Martin Swan, Jennifer Timothy, Rachael Turner;
Performing the legacy of animative and iterative approaches to co-producing knowledge ~ Mihaela Kelemen, Martin Phillips, Deborah James, Sue Moffat;
What is the role of artists in interdisciplinary collaborative projects with universities and communities? ~ Hugh Escott, Helen Graham, Kimberley Marwood, Kate Pahl, Steve Pool and Amanda Ravetz;
Material legacies: Shaping things and places through heritage ~ Jo Vergunst, Elizabeth Curtis, Oliver Davis, Robert Johnston, Helen Graham and Colin Shepherd;
Translation across borders: Connecting the academic and policy communities ~ Steve Connelly, Dave Vanderhoven, Catherine Durose, Peter Matthews, Liz Richardson and Robert Rutherfoord;
Culturally mapping legacies of collaborative heritage projects ~ Karen Smyth, Andrew Power and Rik Martin;
Section 2: Understanding collaborative research practices: A Lexicon ~ Kate Pahl and Keri Facer;
Section 3: Future directions ~ Keri Facer and Kate Pahl.
Keri Facer is Professor of Educational and Social Futures at the University of Bristol and Leadership Fellow for the AHRC Connected Communities Programme. She works on the relationship between formal education, informal learning and the development of public capacity to address social, technological and environmental change.
Kate Pahl is Professor of Literacies in Education, at The University of Sheffield. She worked on the Co-producing legacy project which explored how artists work within the AHRC Connected Communities programme and the AHRC/ESRC Connected Communities funded consortium ‘Imagine’, an interdisciplinary project concerned with ways in which communities and universities can co-produce knowledge together about the nature of civic engagement in contemporary societies.