Doing Participatory qualitative research: development of a shared critical consciousness with racial minority research advisory group members
An essential part of CBPR projects are research advisory groups (RAGs) consisting of members of the community researched. In this paper, the authors discuss their engagement with a RAG consisting of racialized minority youth. The authors describe insights that emerged during this engagement, including the benefits of a shared dialogical process, the development of a shared critical consciousness, and reflecting on contradictions with in CBPR projects. Finally, the authors offer helpful recommendations for how CBPR projects can enhance their collaboration with RAGs.
Maiter, S., Joseph, A. J., Shan, N., & Saeid, A. (2013). Doing participatory qualitative research: development of a shared critical consciousness with racial minority research advisory group members. Qualitative Research, 13(2), 198-213. Full Text.
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