Reflections on doing inclusive research in the "making life good in the community" study.

  title={Reflections on doing inclusive research in the "making life good in the community" study.},
  author={Christine Bigby and Patsie Frawley},
  journal={Journal of intellectual & developmental disability},
  volume={35 2},
BACKGROUND The involvement of people with intellectual disability in research is framed as inclusive, denoting their active participation in its processes. However, questions are raised about ownership and control, genuineness of involvement, and the need for honest accounts to develop practice. Such issues are particularly pressing in Australia, where there is the absence of a strong self-advocacy movement to partner with academics or hold them to account. METHOD Action research was used to… CONTINUE READING

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