Explore featured journal articles, books and reports, case studies, and practical toolkits that take a community-based approach. The scholarship highlighted below comes from authors within Canada and across the globe within a variety of disciplines, all practicing community-based research.
This manifesto summarizes local knowledge and expertise on community ethics in the Vancouver downtown east-side (DTES) when conducting research.
The book is a global study of community-based research, comprising of a theoretical section, reflections from a global survey and 21 case studies from around the world where capacity building is being undertaken.
Brown, L., Ochocka, J., de Grosbois, S., & Hall, B.L. (2015). Kamucwkalha: Canadian approaches to community-university research partnerships. In B. Hall, R. Tandon, & Tremblay, C. (Eds.), Strengthening community university partnerships: Global perspectives (pp. 95-112). Victoria, BC: PRIA and University of Victoria Press.
This book chapter outlines the history of CBR in Canada, the policy environment for CBR, and four organizational approaches to facilitating community-university research partnerships.
Strand, K. J., Cutforth, N., Stoecker, R., Marullo, S., & Donohue, P. (2003). Community-based research and higher education: Principles and practices. John Wiley & Sons.
The book presents a model of community-based research (CBR) that engages community members with students and faculty in the course of their academic work.