The Challenges and Rewards of Collaborative Community-Based Research for Social Change: Interview with Corey Shdaimah and Sanford Schram
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DescriptionToday's episode of the Social Work Podcast is about how to balance the demands of doing good research with the passion that practitioners and advocates have for addressing the social problems that face their communities. My guests are Corey Shdaimah and Sanford Schram. I speak with Corey and Sandy about the differences between Participatory Action Research (PAR) and Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) and why they use PAR rather than CBPR in their work with communities. They give examples of how challenging it is to actually do PAR. They talked about the need to bridge the gap between research and practice and how that was one of their motivations for writing their text, Change Research. Throughout our conversation Sandy and Corey bring up lots of ideas that are perfect discussion points for research classes, both at the masters and doctoral level. (Description from the Social Work Podcast website.)
CitationShdaimah, Dr. Corey, & Schram, Sanford (June 28, 2013). Interview by Jonathan Singer [Audio podcast recording]. Social Work Podcast, Episode 82.
Keywordparticipatory action research (PAR)
community-based participatory research (CBPR)
Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/5948
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