Mad Knowledges and User-Led Research

“… presents a critical examination of the development of user involvement within research, and investigates the issues currently preventing a productive integration of Mad knowledges within research and practice. Drawing on social, linguistic and critical theories, it proposes the conditions needed to address the development of Mad epistemologies.”

This book has been written by Diana Susan Rose. The summary of its contents says:

  • Proposes the conditions needed to address the development of Mad epistemologies
  • Presents innovative research methodologies and investigates the conventional hierarchies of methods
  • Examines ‘Patient and Public Involvement’ (PPI) in research in England as a case study

You can find out more – including taking a look at its Table of Contents – from here.

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