This autoethnography reflects the author's perceptions of a collaborative social work process called qualitative inquiry. Using a quiltmaking metaphor, the author creates a recipe for collaborative learning between qualitative researchers and study participants. The metaphors associated with quiltmaking reflect a participatory action research model, and encourage qualitative researchers to stretch their creativity and collaboration skills.
Participation, Collaboration, Quiltmaking, Creativity, and Empowerment
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Heitzman, J. (2002). Post-it Notes: Social Workers and Research Participants Sticking Together . The Qualitative Report, 7(4), 1-6. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol7/iss4/3