Special Issue: Collaboration in Community-Engaged Research
Daniel Brisson, Kirk Foster, Cheryl Hyde, Jan Ivery, and Mary Ohmer
Research collaborations between community engaged scholars and community practice partners often have an implied focus on issues that emerge from the community—rather than the academy. These collaborations face numerous challenges. One challenge is gaining the trust of community partners despite centuries of exploitive work produced by academics. Maintaining the collaboration over time presents additional challenges, as do questions concerning who “owns” the data and determines how
the data are used. Emerging from this complicated process are often novel, context specific, and participatory research approaches focused on a community prioritized issue. Paper proposals are solicited that aim to highlight novel and creative methods, delineate lessons learned, identify funding strategies and challenges, explicate data analytic/meaning-making techniques, and underscore the importance of community voice.
Please label abstracts and manuscripts: FOR SPECIAL ISSUE - COLLABORATIONS IN COMMUNITY-ENGAGED RESEARCH
Abstracts: Submit by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 15, 2022.
Abstracts should be no longer than 500 words. Clearly identify how the paper is linked to the special issue theme, provide background and purpose, conceptual and/or theoretical framework(s), data and methods of analysis and results, key conclusions, and implications.
The Guest Editors will provide abstract dispositions by January 15, 2023.
Final Manuscripts should be submitted online by March 15, 2023, via Manuscript Central.
For Instructions for Authors see: https://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=wcom20&page=instruction
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