Bridging Research and Practice: Illustrations from Appreciative Inquiry in Doctoral Research


ABSTRACT

Designing research offers ways of ‘being’ in research that brings a sense of attentiveness, relationality and connection to research that are useful and productive as a daily practice.

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Author: Kristin Bodiford

Kristin is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Dominican University Graduate School of Social Work, Faculty for the MSc in Relational Leading with Taos Institute, and a Taos Institute Associate. She is also Principal of Community Strengths, working with communities to support positive change.E: bodiford@communitystrengths.org/kristin@designingresearch.com 

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Author: Celiane Camargo-Borges

Celiane is a research coordinator at the Imagineering Academy, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands and a Taos Institute Associate. She has worked in many settings includ­ing communities in Brazil; healthcare researchers in Taiwan; as well as community arts in the Netherlands.

E: celianeborges@gmail.com / celiane@designingresearch.com

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