Community development, disadvantaged neighborhoods, complex interventions, programme theory and co-production. Methods of expertise are qualitative. My phd applies a combination of traditional anthropological research methods and participatory community action research. I primarily look at processes of change within a Supersetting framework. Part of my research focusses specifically on the use of programme theory as an intervention development tool and the value of co-production in a dynamic and emergent setting such as Tingbjerg.
Processes of change in the Disadvantaged neighborhood Tingbjerg
Aim:My phd investigates the processes of developing a complex community intervention and the conditions necessary to make sustainable change. I apply an action research approach with in depth fieldwork and participation in the development of a community restaurant in Tingbjerg alongside professional practitioners. In addition I look into processes of co-production and ways to ensure engagement from residents