Perspectives on Humanizing and Liberatory Qualitative Research with Racially/Ethnically Minoritized Youth
AuthorSavage, Shawn S.
Johnson, Royel M.
Kenney, Alex J.
Haynes, DaVonti' D.
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AbstractThe visible impacts of COVID-19 and racial injustice have resulted in renewed funding commitments and research within minoritized communities. However, this work is too often anchored in deficit and damage-centered research approaches and practices. In this brief, we call on the qualitative research community to reframe their perspectives and terminate harmful, pain-driven research. We underscore the importance of humanizing and liberatory approaches to research with youth who are racially/ethnically minoritized. Specifically, we contend that the emotional health and overall well-being of youth are impacted by the approaches employed by researchers and the experiences racially/ethnically minoritized youth have with research. Thus, we offer specific anti-oppressive strategies and recommendations for qualitative researchers to consider in their work with racial/ethnically minoritized youth and communities.
CitationSavage SS, Johnson RM, Kenney AJ, Haynes DD. Perspectives on Humanizing and Liberatory Qualitative Research with Racially/Ethnically Minoritized Youth. Healthcare. 2021; 9(10):1317. https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare9101317
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