“Scaled, citizen-led, and publicness”: Improving qualitative research through citizen social science in Singapore and beyond (with researchers Amirah Amirrudin, Dr. Nicholas Harrigan, and Dr. Ijlal Naqvi)

"Scaled, citizen-led, and publicness": Improving qualitative research through citizen social science in Singapore and beyond (with researchers Amirah Amirrudin, Dr. Nicholas Harrigan, and Dr. Ijlal Naqvi)

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In November last year, the publication titled “Scaled, citizen-led, and public qualitative research: A framework for citizen social science” explored improvements to qualitative research and suggested methods for the conduct of citizen social science. Drawing from two cases – one involving state and civil society organisations and public policy students, and another centred on low-waged migrant workers and the system processing their salary and injury disputes – we dive into the open-access publication with its three author-researchers.

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This episode is part of the “Making Research Sense” series of the podcast’s fifth season (https://socialservice.sg/podcast/). The feature photo is by Ng Shi Wen.

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