The field school in intercultural education as a model for international service-learning and collaborative action-research training.

@inproceedings{Karakos2016TheFS,
  title={The field school in intercultural education as a model for international service-learning and collaborative action-research training.},
  author={Holly L. Karakos and Benjamin W. Fisher and Jesse D. Geller and Louisa Lunn and Neal A. Palmer and Douglas D. Perkins and Nikolay L Mihaylov and Wendy Partridge and Sharon L. Shields},
  year={2016}
}
Reference: Karakos, H.L., Fisher, B.W., Geller, J., Lunn, L., Palmer, N.A., Perkins, D.D., Mihaylov, N., Partridge, W.L., & Shields, S. (2016). The Field School in Intercultural Education as a model for international service-learning and collaborative action-research training. In S.L. Barnes, L. Brinkley-Rubinstein, B. Doykos, N. C. Martin & A. McGuire (Eds.), Academics in Action! A Model for Community-Engaged Research, Teaching, and Service (pp. 167-190). New York: Fordham University Press. 

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