• Political Science
  • Published 2008

An ethic for community-based participatory action research

@inproceedings{Maiter2008AnEF,
  title={An ethic for community-based participatory action research},
  author={Sarah Maiter and Laura Simich and Nora Jacobson and Julie B. Wise},
  year={2008}
}
Ethical issues have been of ongoing interest in discussions of community-based participatory action research (CBPAR). In this article we suggest that the notion of reciprocity ‐ defined as an ongoing process of exchange with the aim of establishing and maintaining equality between parties ‐ can provide a guide to the ethical practice of CBPAR. Through sharing our experiences with a CBPAR project focused on mental health services and supports in several cultural-linguistic immigrant communities… CONTINUE READING

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