This session will give a brief overview of the history of participatory research, followed by consideration of the various ways in which it is understood and undertaken. Drawing upon two extensive systematic reviews, there will be a discussion about the nature of participation within participatory research, which will then be exemplified with tales and findings from two large scale participatory projects.
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