The SAGE Handbook of Action Research
Community-based research -- United States
Community-based participatory research (CBPR) is an increasingly popular participatory research approach where community members and academics collaborate as equal partners to conduct research for improving health and wellbeing through action (Isreal et al., 2003; Wallerstein and Duran, 2003). It is a branch of action research in the tradition of emancipatory practice. CBPR grew within the health sciences in the 1990s in response to a number of issues with mainstream health science research and minority communities …
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Nicolaidis, Christina and Raymaker, Dora, "Community-Based Participatory Research with Communities Defined by Race, Ethnicity, and Disability: Translating Theory to Practice" (2015). Social Work Faculty Publications and Presentations. 368.