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Strengths and limitations of the Inclusive Society research model: an autoethnography [r-libre/3005]

Tessier, Alexandra; Latulippe, Karine; Routhier, François; Raymond, Émilie; Fiset, David; Corcuff, Maëlle, & Archambault, Philippe S. (2023). Strengths and limitations of the Inclusive Society research model: an autoethnography. Disability and Rehabilitation, 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2023.2188264

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Abstract: Purpose: The Inclusive Society partnership research model aims to promote change in society for people with disabilities by supporting research teams composed of researchers and partner organizations. The objective of this article is to identify the strengths and limitations of this research model. Material and methods: An autoethnography approach was used. Thematic analysis of four methods was undertaken: semi-directed interviews with members of the research teams funded by Inclusive Society (researchers, partners), a focus group with the Inclusive Society’s intersectoral collaboration agents, their logbooks, and Inclusive Society’s annual reports. Results: Strengths and limitations of the Inclusive Society model were identified through their networking activities, the role and support of the intersectoral collaboration agents and the partnership research program. Conclusions: Networking activities are an essential element of Inclusive Society. They are indispensable for composing intersectoral research teams that will work on answering needs of people with disabilities. Intersectoral collaboration agents are also a strength of the model, but their role could be clarified to better frame what tasks are in their scope of practice and what the research teams could ask from them. Finally, the research program eligibility criteria could be improved to support, among others, the projects’ appropriation phases.
Official URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09638...
Depositor: Latulippe, Karine
Owner / Manager: Karine Latulippe
Deposited: 05 Jul 2023 14:42
Last Modified: 05 Jul 2023 14:42

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