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Author Halseth, Greg,
Title Doing community-based research : perspectives from the field / Greg Halseth, Sean Markey, Laura Ryser, and Don Manson ; with vignette contributions from Nikolaus Gantner, Regine Halseth, Maura Hanrahan, Catherine Nolin, Kelly Vodden, Kieran Walsh, and Rachel Winterton.
Imprint Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2016.

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Author Halseth, Greg,
Subject Communities -- Research.
Participant observation.
Social sciences -- Fieldwork.
Alt Name Markey, Sean Patrick, 1970-
Manson, Don, 1961-
Ryser, Laura,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "Community-based research (CBR) offers useful insights into the challenges associated with conducting research and ensuring that it generates both excellent scholarship and positive impacts in the communities where the research takes place. This depends on two important variables: the capacity of CBR to generate good information, and the extent to which CBR is understood and constructed as a two-way relationship that includes a set of responsibilities for both researchers and communities. Offering expert advice on the crucial relationship between communities and researchers, the authors outline the main stages of the CBR process to guide researchers and practitioners. They discuss the reasons for conducting CBR, provide tips on how to design research, detail how researchers and communities should get to know one another, as well as how best to work in the field, and how to turn fieldwork into research that counts. By focusing on the lessons learned from the use of CBR, the authors make the messages, lessons, and practices applicable to a variety of research settings. Drawing collectively from decades of community-based research experience and including vignettes from researchers from around the world who share their CBR experiences, Doing Community-Based Research is an essential handbook for scholars, students, and practitioners."-- Provided by publisher.
Contents Part One : Introduction to CBR. Introduction -- The Case for Community-Based Research -- Part Two : Getting to Know One Another. Understanding and Shaping Capacity for CBR -- Building Projects -- Research Design -- First Steps -- Part Three : Working in the Field. In the Field -- CBR: Methods and Techniques -- Part Four : After the Fieldwork. Staying in Touch: Analysis -- Staying in Touch: Change -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Sampling of Research Protocol Agreements.
ISBN 9780773599222 (pdf)
0773599223
9780773599239 (epub)
0773599231
9780773547278
0773547274
9780773547285
0773547282
OCLC # 941433299
Additional Format Halseth, Greg, 1960- Doing community-based research.: Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, [2016] 2016 (CaOONL)20169010848 (OCoLC)932386824


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