HUNGRY RESEARCHERS: THE TENSIONS AND DILEMMAS OF DEVELOPING AN EMANCIPATORY RESEARCH PROJECT WITH MEMBERS OF A HEARING VOICES GROUP

@article{Snelling2005HUNGRYRT,
  title={HUNGRY RESEARCHERS: THE TENSIONS AND DILEMMAS OF DEVELOPING AN EMANCIPATORY RESEARCH PROJECT WITH MEMBERS OF A HEARING VOICES GROUP},
  author={E Snelling},
  journal={Journal of Social Work Practice},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={131 - 147}
}
  • E. Snelling
  • Published 7 April 2005
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Social Work Practice
This paper follows my experience of developing an emancipatory research project with members of a Hearing Voices Group (HVG) while working simultaneously as both a group facilitator and a researcher. I hope to highlight both the potential of this type of researching as well as some of the tensions and dilemmas. Working with group members whose voices had often been subjugated meant that this power imbalance and ways of addressing it were integral to the research project. Informed by critical… Expand
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