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Community-Based Participatory Research: Defining Community Stakeholders
Metropolitan Universities Journal
  • Laurene M. Tumiel-Berhalter, University at Buffalo
  • Robert Watkins, University of Buffalo
  • Carlos J. Crespo, Portland State University
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  • Participant observation,
  • Asthma -- Environmental aspects,
  • Social sciences -- Research
Community-based participatory research requires the participation of community stakeholders to inform the process. The West Side Community Asthma Project, a community-based participatory research program to study the effects of the environment on asthma conducted in Buffalo, N. Y, identified a stakeholders group of community leaders and activists. Creative strategies have been implemented to reach out to other community residents to invite them to participate in the participatory process.

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Tumiel-Berhalter, L., Watkins, R., & Crespo, C. J. (2005). Community-Based Participatory Research: Defining Community Stakeholders. Metropolitan Universities, 16(1), 93-106.