“No, We Should Do It”: Youth Training Youth in Activist Research Methods
This article explores a 9-month process of youth research capacity-building, beginning with the training of high school and college aged researchers in qualitative methodologies and concluding with both tentative and comprehensive policy recommendations, at the behest of the youth, for altering the landscape of a major Southeastern city to ensure greater equity of opportunity in particular for minoritized youth and their families. Our analysis led us to consider the ways in which community-engaged youth and their adult partners created a culture of reciprocity and respect as they worked together to train other youth to conduct their own justice-oriented inquiry projects.
Literacy centers, Qualitative research, Youth activism, Youth participatory action research
Wright, William Terrell; Hadley, Heidi Lyn; and Burke, Kevin J., "“No, We Should Do It”: Youth Training Youth in Activist Research Methods" (2020). Articles by College of Arts and Letters Faculty. 201.