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Youth-Led Research and Evaluation: Tools for Youth, Organizational, and Community Development
This chapter provides case studies and discussion about the ways that youth-led research and evaluation can help link youth and community development goals and outcomes.
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Racing climate change: Collaboration and conflict in California's global climate change policy arena
Media accounts routinely refer to California's Assembly Bill 32 (AB 32), the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, as “landmark” climate change legislation. On its surface, this label is an accurateExpand
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Youth Action for Health Through Youth-Led Research
SUMMARY Youth participation in social action can contribute to healthier, more just communities and more effective youth serving institutions. Reflecting on youth-led research projects conducted inExpand
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Viet Nam and the making of market-Leninism
Abstract Authoritarian states are states in which dominant parties discourage or disallow organized political competition. By such a definition, Viet Nam under the Communist Party of Viet Nam (CPV)Expand
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Environmental Justice at the Crossroads
The field of environmental justice emerged at a crossroads of social movements, public policy, and academic research ‐ what we call environmental justice praxis. Now, the field finds itself again atExpand
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Defining and contesting environmental justice: Socio-natures and the politics of scale in the delta
:  This article examines a contemporary process intended to “identify a strategy for managing the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta as a sustainable ecosystem that would continue to support environmentalExpand
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Problems, Promise, Progress, and Perils: Critical Reflections on Environmental Justice Policy Implementation in California
I. INTRODUCTION II. ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE MOVEMENT IN CALIFORNIA: PROBLEMS AND PUBLIC POLICY A. Defining the Problem B. State Legislation and Regulatory Agencies III. FROM PROMISE TO PROGRESS A.Expand
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Marginalization by collaboration: Environmental justice as a third party in and beyond CALFED
Governance and planning of ecosystem and water management within the California BayDelta, a critical component of California’s water economy, have been characterized by a range of innovations inExpand
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Best in Show? Climate and Environmental Justice Policy in California
Abstract In this article, we outline the important role that environmental justice organizations played in the development of AB 32, California's landmark climate change legislation (AB 32) inExpand
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Effects of Displacement and Outsourcing on Woods Workers and Their Families
This study examines the effects of displacement and outsourcing on 60 woods workers and their partners in northeastern California. Following displacement, 17% retired and 76% were reemployed whenExpand
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