Adapting to context in community-Based participatory research: “Participatory starting points” in a Chinese immigrant worker’s community
Using data from a CPBR case study, the San Francisco Chinatown Restaurant Worker Health and Safety Project, and drawing on literature on immigrant political incorporation, the authors examine the links between the contexts of the Chinese immigrant worker community, adaptations made by the research collaborative, and study outcomes. It concludes by sharing lessons learned on how to adapt CBPR principles and processes in response to community context and partners’ needs.
Chang, C., Salvatore, A. L., Lee, P. T., Liu, S. S., Tom, A. T., Morales, A., Baker, R.,… Minkler, M. (2013). Adapting to context in community-Based participatory research: “Participatory starting points” in a Chinese immigrant workers community. American Journal of Community Psychology, 51(3-4), 480-491. Full Text.
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