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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Talk To Them! The Interpretative Work And The Production Of Consensus In Qualitative Health Research: Innovations From Participatory Design [fale Com Eles! O Trabalho Interpretativo E A Produção De Consenso Na Pesquisa Qualitativa Em Saúde: Inovações A Partir De Desenhos Participativos]
Author: Campos R.O.
Abstract: This paper aims to discuss ways of working with interpretative qualitative research, following participative techniques, including validation and consensus, and narratives construction. These narratives, extracted from argument core, increase the density of the material, keeping the reliability of the history. Then the narrative is presented to the interviewed subjects (hermeneutic moment), the function of the meet is to validate data and produce intervention effects. These narrative effects should be the deepening of issues in need of further discussion, not previously well explored. In the interpretation process, hidden meanings are not investigated; without denying the existence of the latent, the explicit was chosen because the ethical-political positioning of the research (involvement and evaluative position of subjects). Finally, the consensus construction is revised to fit the principles of inclusion and diversity, obtained via Workshop (with discussions, positioning reviews of agreements and disagreements). The value of testimony is pointed out as an empowerment strategy.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/S0103-73312011000400006
Date Issue: 2011
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