Co-creating knowledge in tourism research using the Ketso method

Yana Wengel, Alison McIntosh, Cheryl Cockburn-Wootten
  • Tourism Recreation Research, February 2019, Taylor & Francis
  • DOI: 10.1080/02508281.2019.1575620

Ketso is a ‘workshop in a bag’

Photo by Tim Marshall on Unsplash

Photo by Tim Marshall on Unsplash

What is it about?

We present a toolkit that enables people to think and work together. Ketso can be used for data collection and as a supplementary analysis tool. We illustrate how Ketso co-creates knowledge and provides collaborative solutions for transformational tourism as a data collection tool and a supplementary data analysis tool.

Why is it important?

In providing critical reflections on Ketso, we contribute to future thinking for the adoption of this co-creative method for tourism research.

Perspectives

Dr Yana Wengel
University of Strathclyde

I personally love the way Ketso works, I enjoy the dynamics of the group workshop and the creative ideas of the participants which develop around once concept or issues relevant for that group of people.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02508281.2019.1575620

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