Researching with Whānau Collectives
Researching with Whānau Collectives is a project which examines research methods that could be used to gather information from whānau collectively, rather than relying on the aggregation of individual data or on individual whānau informants.
Many of the 12 research methods described in the project are qualitative methods that have their roots in therapy-based methods and/ or strategic planning tools concerned with collecting information as well as instigating change. A common theme explored in the methods was the relationship between research, facilitating whānau change, and social justice.
Date of publication:02 December 2010Hardcopy date of publication:17 December 2010ISSN:1177-5904Citation:Dr Fiona Cram and Vivienne Kennedy. 2010. Researching with Whānau Collectives. MAI Review.Ordering information:Only soft copy available to download