List of researches on #Co-production
kumagaya researches Kumagaya Research No. 6
Studying our own problems as research themes
In tojisha-kenkyu, individuals facing various challenges, such as disabilities, illnesses, poverty, parenting difficulties, and difficulties at work, study the mechanisms and coping methods alongside peers who are experiencing similar challenges, rather than leaving the analysis process to specialists and support providers.
kumagaya researches no.04
From involvement to centrality: Research only “we” can do
We introduced a user-researcher employment system over a wide range of disabilities for the first time in Japan. The system aims to bring research that utilizes the perspectives of people with disabilities into academia and has been implemented in the area of mental illness in countries such as the United Kingdom. Ms. Makino, who is deaf signer, was selected for a grant by the Foundation for Promoting Personal Mobility and Ecological Transportation (Eco-Mo Foundation) to develop an in-flight comfort scale, and Ms. Hirokawa is carrying out action research on information support for performing arts, including barrier-free theatrical performances.