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Participatory Research and Community Organizing

@article{Sohng1996ParticipatoryRA,
  title={Participatory Research and Community Organizing},
  author={Sung Sil Lee Sohng},
  journal={Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare},
  year={1996},
  volume={23},
  pages={6}
}
  • S. S. L. Sohng
  • Published 1996
  • Business, Psychology
  • Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare
Introduction ................................................................................................................... 1 Knowledge Elite as Power Broker .................................................................................. 2 Situating Participatory Research Movements ............................................................... 3 Connecting to Social Work Tradition ............................................................................. 4 Defining Participatory… 
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