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Transforming Social Inquiry, Transforming Social Action: New Paradigms for Crossing the Theory/Practice Divide in Universities and Communities
(2000)
  • Francine Sherman,, ed., Boston College Law School
  • William R. Torbet,, ed.
Abstract

This edited volume describes models of interdisciplinary collaboration in which universities and communities work together on participatory action research and social action. The university and community partnerships described in this volume are in the areas of education, law, psychology and organizational development and all share a vision of universities engaged collaboratively with communities. The volume is a resource for foundations, government and college and university administrators interested in exploring approaches to teaching and research that take students and faculty into communities for action research and ethical reflection.

Publication Date
2000
Publisher
Kluwer Academic Press
Citation Information
Francine Sherman, and William R. Torbet. Transforming Social Inquiry, Transforming Social Action: New Paradigms for Crossing the Theory/Practice Divide in Universities and Communities. (2000)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/francine_sherman/77/