Community Economic and Social Development
Algoma University College
Hammond Ketilson (2005:3) suggests that in the conduct of social economy research there can be “… no single template for productive [community university] research partnerships. Each requires new approaches to collaboration, new ways of honouring identities and building relationships, new ways of inhabiting institutional and other spaces … ”
This presentation will examine five community-university research partnerships in the social economy for learnings that can assist researchers in meeting the challenge of developing respectful relations between communities and universities. It concludes that researchers themselves can be the pivotal point of relationship-building.
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