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Title: Scaling up the international impact of action research : SAS phase 3; final technical report
Authors: Chevalier, Jacques M.
Buckles, Daniel J.
Keywords: PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH
RESEARCH METHODS
SOCIAL ANALYSIS
STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS
COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH
CARLETON
SAS2
RESEARCH CAPACITY
CAPACITY BUILDING
TRAINING
SOCIAL SCIENCE INFORMATION
INFORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT
Date: 2011
Publisher: Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, CA
Abstract: Scholarly research, advanced teaching materials, and trained instructors are needed to bridge the gap between university teaching and the actual practice of participatory action research (PAR). Project outputs include scholarly publications as well as capacity building activities which reached more than 1,000 researchers, and firmly established Social Analysis Systems (SAS2) teaching and training resources in Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Bolivia, Peru, Chile, Honduras and Canada. SAS2 tools and methods were introduced also to research and development communities in Bhutan, France, West Africa and North Africa in order to address issues in the creation and mobilization of knowledge in the social sciences.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/47911
Project Number: 105148
Project Title: Scaling Up the International Impact of Action Research : Social Analysis Systems (SAS2) - Phase III
Access: Open Access
Copyright: Jacques M. Chevalier and Daniel J. Buckles
License: MGC signed post January 2008
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