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Introduction: Research with Impact: A Literature Review of Community-Driven Qualitative Research, Ethics and Representation by Susan Gair and Ariella Van Luyn Part I: Engagement with Marginalised Communities 1. Digital Storytelling with Disabled Youth: Community-Based Narrative Research Meets Digital Culture by Brett Smith and Andrea Bundon 2. Telling Our Own Stories of Recovery: The Transformative Power of Indigenous Storytelling by Lynne Russell and Vicki Saunders 3. Our True Colours: A Storytelling Project by Women from Refugee Backgrounds by Nina Woodrow 4. Animal Narrativity: Showing Lived Experiences in the More-Than-Human World by Anna Banks Part II: Creative Representations of Research Data 5. The Listening 'I': Children's Emotional and Affective Representations of Place by Michelle Duffy 6. Ripples and Reflections: Photovoice and Community Narratives of Climate Change by Claudia Baldwin and Lisa Chandler 7. Sharing the Visible and Invisible Domains of Lived Experiences with the Ambonwari of Papua New Guinea by Daniela Vavrova Part III: Methodologies for Working with Community Narratives and Lived Experience 8. Organic Inquiry: The Empathic Validity of Research in Partnership with Spirit by Sharon Moloney and Susan Gair 9. Writing Down Your Sorrow: Exploring the Influence of Story Writing on the Grief Healing Process after Stillbirth Loss by Sandra Bulger 10. Writing 'With' Not 'About': Case Examples in Cooperative Inquiry by Monica Short and John Healy Part IV: Harnessing New Technologies to Share Research Narratives 11. Transmedia Storytelling and Community Narratives by Donna Hancox 12. Engaging the Community as Content Creators: Case Study Research in Grassroots Media Production in the Library Sector by Elizabeth Heck 13. Place-Based Stories and Digital Tools: Locative Literature and Regional Writing Communities by Ariella Van Luyn 14. Conclusion: Where to From Here? Theorising Narrative Qualitative Research Practices with Communities by Ariella van Luyn and Susan Gair

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Susan Gair is Associate Professor at James Cook University, Australia. Ariella van Luyn is Lecturer at James Cook University, Australia.

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