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COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH IN THE UNITED STATES An Introductory Reconnaissance, Including Twelve Organizational Case Studies and Comparison with the Dutch Science Shops and the Mainstream American Research System

  title={COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH IN THE UNITED STATES An Introductory Reconnaissance, Including Twelve Organizational Case Studies and Comparison with the Dutch Science Shops and the Mainstream American Research System},
  author={Richard Sclove and Madeleine L. Scammell and Breena Holland and Faranaz Alimohamed and J. Hobson and T. Johnston and Danny R. Murphy and Dug North and Kenneth Rapoza and Marcie A. Sclove and Tina Swift and Scott B. Waltz},
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