Research for All

Volume 1, Issue 2
15 July 2017
Research for All
UCL Press

Table of contents

Editorial: Motivations for engagement229
The power of language in the age of austerity: Volunteers and practitioners reflect on UK civil society234
Terminology and tensions within evidence-informed decision-making in South Africa over a 15-year period252
Translation: From Bench to Brain – Using the visual arts and metaphors to engage and educate265
Creative, participatory projects with young people: Reflections over five years284
Young people and an NHS participation worker reflect on their involvement in a creative, collaborative mental health research project300
Who inspired my thinking? – Young people with a lot to say but few opportunities to be heard307
Collaborative working practices: Imagining better research partnerships310
From crowdsourcing data to network building: Reflections on conducting research in the open323
Breakthrough environments for inclusive research into race and mental health: Co-creating social justice impact via the #justcare event and social media328
Succeeding with interactive research: How to manage research with and about society351
Participatory research: Where have we been, where are we going? – A dialogue365
Complexities of linking researchers with policymakers in Africa375
Research learning communities: How the RLC approach enables teachers to use research to improve their practice and the benefits for students that occur as a result387
Creative Research Communication: Theory and practice , by Clare Wilkinson and Emma Weitkamp406
Engaged Research and Practice: Higher education and the pursuit of the public good, edited by Betty Overton, Penny A. Pasque and John C. Brukhardt409