2014
DOI: 10.1590/1809-44asoc895v1742014
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Propostas metodológicas em pesquisas sobre risco e adaptação: experiências no Brasil e na Austrália

Abstract: Neste artigo, os autores discutem a utilização de grupos focais e de planejamento com cenários envolvendo stakeholders e pesquisadores como instrumentos metodológicos em estudos qualitativos sobre risco, tanto para aferir percepções, identificar demandas, discutir propostas e soluções, como para promover a participação de uma comunidade ampliada de pares na produção de dados e no enfrentamento dos riscos associados a eventos extremos e mudanças ambientais. A partir deste recorte temático e metodológico os auto… Show more

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“…Focus groups were used in the studies to maximise opportunities for participatory discussion and elicitation of individual views (Morgan 1988;Krueger 1994), guided by principles of action research and intervention research (Di Giulio et al 2014). The meetings targeted four types of stakeholder groups: (a) scientists; (b) practitioners dealing with risk assessment and management in the area; (c) neighbourhood leaders living in areas considered at risk by emergency management authorities and (d) youth between 12 and 17 years also considered to be living in areas at risk.…”
Section: Needs and Capacities: Understanding Risks And Vulnerabilitiementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Focus groups were used in the studies to maximise opportunities for participatory discussion and elicitation of individual views (Morgan 1988;Krueger 1994), guided by principles of action research and intervention research (Di Giulio et al 2014). The meetings targeted four types of stakeholder groups: (a) scientists; (b) practitioners dealing with risk assessment and management in the area; (c) neighbourhood leaders living in areas considered at risk by emergency management authorities and (d) youth between 12 and 17 years also considered to be living in areas at risk.…”
Section: Needs and Capacities: Understanding Risks And Vulnerabilitiementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Lay participants showed themselves to be comfortable deconstructing and reconstructing concepts, bringing to the debate personal experiences and a range of information (either through official sources, from the media or conversations with family members, neighbours and friends) in making connections between a range of risk issues (Di Giulio et al 2014).…”
Section: Needs and Capacities: Understanding Risks And Vulnerabilitiementioning
confidence: 99%
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