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Intersectional interventions are needed to match and address the needs of the marginalised in social life. Our focus is on the voiceless as they become displaced and vulnerable as a result of losing habitat or homes. We begin with some deliberations by Janet in which she summarises her conceptual background to this argument and then explains the importance of practising research to address social and ecological justice. This is followed by her creation of a hypothetical vignette which serves to illustrate options for systemic intervention. We conclude the paper and draw together key points made in the book. Norma engages with Janet’s vignette and explanation of ways to expand pragmatism by thinking through the consequences of our choices. A key message for the conclusion and the two volume series is the importance of combining approaches in response to areas of concern. Norma suggests ways of ‘stretching’ different paradigmatic/philosophical bases for doing research responsibly to address complex issues, including ways of practising multiple and mixed methods research that focus on a transformative agenda.
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