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|Title:||WYRED Research Cycle Overview Infographic|
|Abstract:||This infographic presents an overview of a WYRED research cycle. One cycle is composed by four stages: 1. Preparation: In this first stage stakeholders, children and young people express their views on the most important issues that concern young people in the digital society. 2. Dialogue: In the second stage, children and young people engage with each other in dialogues to define the exact questions that they would like to focus on. 3. Research: In the third stage children and young people design and carry out social research projects to explore these questions, and find answers, together or individually. 4. Evaluation: In the final stage, children and young people devise appropriate ways to explain their results and recommendations to government and society.|
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