How should decisions aboutheritage be made?: Co-designing aresearch projectGenerating our research aims,Workshop 2, York 3...
…we’d been talking for awhile so it felt like time foreach of us to have a go atwhat we thought ourresearch aims were…
…umm, hard work…
…and now for(drumroll) the aims…
…and these 13 aimsturned into our finalPhase 2 research aimsthrough one persondrafting and theneveryone commenting …Aims: ...
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims
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How should decisions about heritage be made? Generating our research aims

  1. 1. How should decisions aboutheritage be made?: Co-designing aresearch projectGenerating our research aims,Workshop 2, York 30th April- 1st Mayhttp://codesignheritage.wordpress.com/AHRC Connected Communities Co-designDevelopment GrantPhotographs by Alex Hale
  2. 2. …we’d been talking for awhile so it felt like time foreach of us to have a go atwhat we thought ourresearch aims were…
  3. 3. …umm, hard work…
  4. 4. …and now for(drumroll) the aims…
  5. 5. …and these 13 aimsturned into our finalPhase 2 research aimsthrough one persondrafting and theneveryone commenting …Aims: Decision making about heritage is difficult. This is partly because heritage decisionmaking has formed around the idea that the interests of people in the past, present and futureneed to be taken into account and that it is necessary to consider different and sometimesconflicting ideas of what is important or significant. We think we could make heritage decisionmaking easier – and better – if we could identify the ‘boundaries’, ‘sticking points’, ‘blocks’ and‘exclusions’ in current practices. We will do this through actively drawing on the multipleperspectives and locations of the research team, through deploying experimental actionresearch approaches and holding these together with thinking informed by ideas ofcomplexity, networks and mess to generate new insights. Understanding the dynamics of‘heritage decision making’ in this way will help everyone with a stake to self-consciouslydevelop decision making processes and practices and through this reshape our understandingsof ‘heritage’ itself.For more about the project, our co-design process and the research design we developed see:http://codesignheritage.wordpress.com/

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