APOLLO Social Science Podcast
APOLLO Social Science Podcast
Social Representations, Underground Sociabilities, and Participatory Action Research (Natalia Concha)
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Social Representations, Underground Sociabilities, and Participatory Action Research

Episode

In our fourth episode, we hear from Natalia Concha. Natalia works as a research fellow in the ActEarly programme at the Centre for Primary Care at Queen Mary University of London. Natalia is from Colombia and has a research background in sociocultural psychology. Both of these elements of her background have influenced her approach to health research.

Timestamps
  • 00:00:00 Podcast introduction
  • 00:00:43 Natalia’s research journey so far
  • 00:04:53 Idea 1: Social Representations discussed by Gillespie & Cornish
  • 00:19:41 Idea 2: Psycho-social scaffoldings discussed by Jovchelovitch & Priego-Hernández
  • 00:30:05 Idea 3: Participatory Action Research discussed by de Rough
References

Gillespie, A., & Cornish, F. (2010). What can be said? Identity as a constraint on knowledge production. Papers on Social Representations, 19(1), 5-1.

Jovchelovitch, S., & Priego-Hernández, J. (2013). Underground sociabilities: Identity, culture and resistance in Rio de Janeiro’s favelas. UNESCO, Brazil.

de Roux, G. I. (1991). Chapter 4. Together Against the Computer: PAR and the Struggle of Afro-Colombians for Public Service. In Fals-Borda, O., & Rahman, M. A. (Eds.), Action and Knowledge. Breaking the monopoly with Participatory Action Research. Practical Action Publishing, Rugby (UK).

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