• Psychology
  • Published 2009

Conducting qualitative research with people with learning, communication and other disabilities: methodological challenges

@inproceedings{Nind2009ConductingQR,
  title={Conducting qualitative research with people with learning, communication and other disabilities: methodological challenges},
  author={Melanie Nind},
  year={2009}
}
This methodological paper reviews the research literature and discusses the issues that arise in conducting qualitative research with people for whom traditional methods of qualitative research might present challenges for researchers. The focus is on children and adults with learning difficulties, communication difficulties or other disabilities such as autism with associated complex challenges in communicating, understanding and taking part in qualitative research. The paper’s structure… CONTINUE READING

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