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Research With Marginalized Communities: Reflections on Engaging Roma Women in Northern England

Hubbard, Lydia; Hardman, Michael; Race, Olivia; Palmai, Maria; Vamosi, Gyula

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Authors

Lydia Hubbard

Olivia Race

Maria Palmai

Gyula Vamosi



Abstract

This article critically explores research with marginalized communities. We provide an insight into our work with the Roma community, reflecting on innovation, opportunities, and barriers, alongside the need for more work in this area. A particular focus here surrounds novel methodologies for exploring the health and well-being of such groups and ways of co-producing research. This article also raises awareness around arts-based social prescribing with marginalized communities and the need to upscale work in this regard. Through doing so, we hope to influence practice, raise awareness around work with the Roma community and enable more creativity within the broader field.

Citation

Hubbard, L., Hardman, M., Race, O., Palmai, M., & Vamosi, G. (2023). Research With Marginalized Communities: Reflections on Engaging Roma Women in Northern England. Qualitative Inquiry, 30(6), 514-525. https://doi.org/10.1177/10778004231176770

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date May 1, 2023
Online Publication Date May 30, 2023
Publication Date May 30, 2023
Publicly Available Date Jun 7, 2023
Journal Qualitative Inquiry
Print ISSN 1077-8004
Electronic ISSN 1552-7565
Publisher SAGE Publications
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 30
Issue 6
Pages 514-525
DOI https://doi.org/10.1177/10778004231176770
Keywords mixed-methods design, qualitative case studies, ethnicity and race, methodologies, qualitative research, qualitative health research, European studies
Additional Information Funders : Ideas Fund
Projects : Roma Connections

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