We are excited to share a forthcoming chapter written by PEWS research assistant, Andrew Evans, and PEWS director, Angela Potochnik about participatory research.
This book chapter, “Theorizing Participatory Research” is in press in Ethical Issues in Stakeholder-Engaged Health Research. The chapter examines the variety of participatory research, or research that includes public involvement, across fields of scientific and medical research. Evans and Potochnik discuss the different types and goals of participatory research in both social and scientific settings, particularly with an eye to the value of the research for achieving the goals of the participating public.
A preprint of the chapter can be found here.