Journal title WELFARE E ERGONOMIA
Author/s Daniele Babusci
Publishing Year 2023 Issue 2022/2 Suppl. Language Italian
Pages 10 P. 101-110 File size 172 KB
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The aim of this paper is to recount how the world of research can contribute to the development of communities by cooperating with the people involved in social intervention activities. Specifically, it deals with the monographic issue of the Welfare & Ergonomia journal (1/2020, edited by the author), and the research path of which it is an emanation. A path that is still active, which started four years ago, composed of different stages linked together by a single approach, that of action-research, which has made it possible to implement this link between theory and practice. The monographic issue was preceded by two years of investigation, described in the volume The Right to Growth. Educational poverty and educating community: a field survey (2020) and a conference attended by all the actors of the community that they had contributed to promote in those years. In order to stimulate cohesion and reflection through the enhancement of the point of view of the subjects involved, a call for papers for the monograph has been drafted and the author has developed a questionnaire to evaluate the impact of participating to the journal issue on the projects involved.
Keywords: Educational poverty; Educating community; Action research; Qualitative research; Participatory processes.
Daniele Babusci, Camminare domandando. Esperienze di partecipazione del mondo della ricerca nelle comunità educanti in "WELFARE E ERGONOMIA" 2 Suppl./2022, pp 101-110, DOI: 10.3280/WE2022-002-S1009