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Sarah Parsons, Professor

Professor of Autism and Inclusion at University of Southampton

Sarah Parsons is Professor of Autism and Inclusion in Southampton Education School at the University of Southampton, UK. Sarah has longstanding research interests in the educational experiences of autistic children, young people and adults and their families. Sarah’s work is participatory and inclusive with an emphasis on knowledge co-construction between research and practice. Sarah co-directs the Autism Community Research Network @ Southampton [ACoRNS], which is a research-practice partnership between the University and local education providers. At the heart of this work is a commitment to epistemic justice through the development and application of creative methodologies, including Digital Stories, for enabling the voices and participation of autistic children and young people.

Sarah Parsons's contributions

Ethics and Practitioner Research

20 Apr 2023 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

While BERA guidelines for ethical research do exist, it is acknowledged that the application of the guidelines is not always simple and straightforward. This event is an opportunity to discuss how...

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