COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS
Reflections on the Canadian social economy experience
By PETER V. HALL & IAN MACPHERSON
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Between 2006 and 2012, the six regional nodes and the national hub of the Canadian Social Economy Research Partnerships (CSERP) were funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) to conduct research on the social economy in Canada. This book explores lessons for community-university research partnerships by reflecting on the experiences, achievements and challenges of CSERP.
Subjects: community and college, higher education, research, communities
Peter V. Hall is Professor and Director of the Urban Studies Program; Associate Member of Department of Geography; and Associate Editor of the Journal of Transport Geography at Simon Fraser University.
Ian MacPherson (1939 – November 16, 2013) was Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Victoria and was the former Director of the Centre for Co-operative and Community-Based Economy.
COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS: Reflections on the Canadian Social Economy Experience
Chapter 1 | INTRODUCTION: LEARNING FROM THE SOCIAL ECONOMY COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS
Chapter 2 | WHY STAYING THE COURSE IS IMPORTANT: REFLECTING ON THE COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY RELATIONSHIPS ASSOCIATED WITH THE CANADIAN SOCIAL ECONOMY RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS
Chapter 3 | PARTNERS IN RESEARCH: REFLECTIONS ON CREATING AND SUSTAINING A COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH NETWORK
Chapter 4 | PROPOSAL FOR EVALUATING THE RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP PROCESS
Chapter 5 | COMMUNITY UNIVERSITY RESEARCH: THE SOUTHERN ONTARIO SOCIAL ECONOMY RESEARCH ALLIANCE
Chapter 6 | RESPECTFUL RESEARCH RELATIONS: LEARNINGS FROM COMMUNITIES
Chapter 7 | RESEARCH AS ENGAGEMENT: REBUILDING THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY OF THE NORTHERN SASKATCHEWAN TRAPPERS ASSOCIATION CO-OPERATIVE
Chapter 8 | PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES? COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY ENGAGEMENT AND THE BRITISH COLUMBIA – ALBERTA RESEARCH ALLIANCE ON THE SOCIAL ECONOMY
Chapter 9 | RESEARCHING THE SOCIAL ECONOMY IN CANADA’S NORTH: REFLECTIONS ON THE NODE PARTNERSHIPS AND PROCESSES
Chapter 10 | THE ACADEMIC/PRACTITIONER DIVIDE- FACT OR FICTION? REFLECTIONS ON THE ROLE OF THE LEAD STAFF PERSONNEL