An Ethic of Care in Participatory Research in School Community Settings

@article{Swart2012AnEO,
  title={An Ethic of Care in Participatory Research in School Community Settings},
  author={E. Swart and M. Oswald},
  journal={Journal of Psychology in Africa},
  year={2012},
  volume={22},
  pages={551 - 556}
}
We explored the manifestation and development of an ethic of care in school communities using a variety of participatory research methods. The qualitative data from this ethnographic case study were analysed using constructivist grounded theory. Our findings suggest that an ethic of care in participatory research entails collaborating as equal partners, a continuous process of accessing, relationship-building and mutual enabling (CARE). Our research approach enhanced the self-understanding of… Expand
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V SAMEVATTING VII TABLE OF CONTENTS IX TABLE OF FIGURES XV CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCING THE STUDY 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY 1 1.2 MOTIVATION FOR THE STUDY 11 1.3 PROBLEM STATEMENT 14 1.3.1 AIM OF STUDY 17Expand

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