- Title Pages
- List of images and tables
- Notes on contributors
- Series editors’ foreword
- Preface and acknowledgements
OneCo-producing research: A community development approach
TwoBetween research and community development: Negotiating a contested space for collaboration and creativity
ThreeA radical take on co-production? Community partner leadership in research
FourCommunity-university partnership research retreats: A productive force for developing communities of research practice
FiveHow does arts practice inform a community development approach to the co-production of research?
SixCo-designing for a better future: Re-imagining the modernist dream at Park Hill, Sheffield
SevenOn not doing co-produced research: The methodological possibilities and limitations of co-producing research with participants in a prison
EightCo-production as a new way of seeing: Using photographic exhibitions to challenge dominant stigmatising discourses
Nine‘Who controls the past controls the future’: Black history and community development
TenConclusion: Imagining different communities and making them happen
- Co-Producing Research
- Sarah Banks, Angie Hart, Kate Pahl, Paul Ward
- Policy Press
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