Research Integration Using Dialogue Methods


Table of Contents

List of Tables
Acknowledgments and author contributions
1. Introduction
2. Using the dialogue methods in this book
Identifying and classifying the dialogue methods
I. Dialogue methods for understanding a problem broadly: integrating judgments:
II. Dialogue methods for understanding particular aspects of a problem: integrating visions, world views, interests and values:
Applying the dialogue methods in this book
Flexibility
Preparing to use a dialogue method
Areas not covered in this book
How to read this book
3. Dialogue methods for understanding a problem broadly: integrating judgments
Citizens’ jury
Description
Examples of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Further reading on citizens’ juries
Consensus conference
Description
Example of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Further reading on the consensus conference
Consensus development panel
Description
Example of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Further reading on consensus development panel
Delphi technique
Description
Examples of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Further reading on the Delphi technique
Future search conference
Description
Example of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Further reading on future search conference and search conference
Most significant change technique
Description
Example of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Further reading on the most significant change technique
Nominal group technique
Description
Examples of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Further reading on the nominal group technique
Open space technology
Description
Example of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Further reading on open space technology
Scenario planning
Description
Examples of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Further reading on scenario planning
Soft systems methodology
Description
Example of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Further reading on soft systems methodology
4. Dialogue methods for understanding particular aspects of a problem
Introduction
Integrating visions
Integrating world views
Integrating interests
Integrating values
Appreciative inquiry: integrating visions
Description
Examples of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Strategic assumption surfacing and testing: integrating world views
Description
Example of its use in integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Principled negotiation: integrating interests
Description
Example of its use in a public health problem: a social worker uses principled negotiation to advocate for their clients’ rights
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
Ethical matrix: integrating values
Description
Example of its use in research integration
Commentary
Origins and genealogy
5. Differentiating between the dialogue methods
Comments
6. Conclusions
Learning from failure
Other research areas
An invitation to contribute
Appendix 1
Gabriele Bammer
Rationale for developing I2S
The four cornerstones of I2S
Focusing on integrating disciplinary and practice (stakeholder) knowledge
Conclusion
Appendix 2
Tool kits that include dialogue methods
Appendix 3
References