Knowledge and Engagement: Building Capacity for the Next Generation of Community Based Researchers

Edited by Rajesh Tandon, Budd Hall, Walter Lepore et al.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 2016

351 pp. 15.0 MB
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The book presents a state-of-the art in pedagogies and strategies for building Community-Based Research (CBR) capacities, to strengthen the existing training for fieldwork and theoretical and curricular content on participatory research within and outside academia. It outlines a number of important trends, approaches and challenges in the field of training the next generation of researchers in CBR. With over 40 contributing authors from all around the world, Knowledge and Engagement is the first book of its kind, which represents a collective effort to bring many note-worthy aspects within one umbrella. It includes two case studies from East and Southern Africa, namely Training And Research Support Centre Zimbabwe and Umphilo waManzi South Africa.

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