When one plus one equals three: the role of relationships and context in community research.

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This paper explores the role of relationships within and between the community of the researchers and the community of the research participants, as they relate to qualitative, community psychology research. Although relationships are salient to all research, their role is particularly prominent in qualitative research, in which a closer rapport is… (More)

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@article{Brodsky2004WhenOP, title={When one plus one equals three: the role of relationships and context in community research.}, author={Anne Brodsky and Kathleen Rogers Senuta and Catharine L A Weiss and Christine M. Marx and C Keanin Loomis and Sonia S Arteaga and Heidi W. Moore and Rona Benhorin and Alisha Castagnera-Fletcher}, journal={American journal of community psychology}, year={2004}, volume={33 3-4}, pages={229-41} }