Qualitative Research Journal: Volume 22 Issue 1


Table of contents - Special Issue: Critically Exploring Co-production

Guest Editors: Harriet Rowley, Gabrielle Ivinson, James Duggan, Kate Pahl

Using a collaborative zine to co-produce knowledge about location-based virtual reality experiences

Richard Nash, Dylan Yamada-Rice, Eleanor Dare, Steve Love, Angus Main, John Potter, Deborah Rodrigues

The purpose of this paper is to focus on a designed research methodology to distil existing research findings from an esrc/ahrc funded japan/uk network on location-based virtual…

Coproducing digital archives with 2SLGBTQ+ Atlantic Canadian youth amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

Casey Burkholder, Katie MacEntee, April Mandrona, Amelia Thorpe, Pride/Swell Pride/Swell

The authors explore the coproduction of a digital archive with 50 2SLGBTQ+ youth across Atlantic Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic in order to catalyze broader public…

It's our museum too: co-producing research in a university museum through a nursery residency programme

Kate Noble, Nicola Wallis

The authors draw on Howard and Thomas-Hughes' (2020) framework for quality assessment of co-produced research, to interrogate our assumptions and processes and to reflect on our…

The cruel optimism of co-production

Cassie Kill

In this paper, the author reflects on her researcher experiences of attempting to construct co-productive epistemic relations in her ethnographic doctoral research about a gallery…

Fabricating future bodies: making digital sexualities research matter

Kate Marston

This paper critically examines the development and direction of the Fabricating Future Bodies (FFB) Workshop. Troubling notions of co-production as enacting equality or empowering…

Co-production for or against the university: student loneliness and the commodification of impact in COVID-19

Fred Cooper, Charlotte Jones

This paper explores the dissonance between co-production and expectations of impact in a research project on student loneliness over the 2019/2020 academic year. Specific…

Negotiating cultural appropriation while re-imagining co-production via Afrofuturism

Temidayo Eseonu, James Duggan

The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of claims of cultural appropriation in negotiating who has the right to utilise specific racial, cultural or communities' ways of…

Posthuman co-production: becoming response-able with what matters

EJ Renold, Gabrielle Ivinson

This paper introduces the concept of posthuman co-production. It explores how processual and relational onto-epistemologies inform an artful, response-able (Barad 2007) feminist…

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