Gateways: International journal of community research and engagement
This special edition frames emerging responses to the challenges of social responsiveness at the University of Cape Town. The articles include university-community collaborations around the HIV/AIDS crisis, managing coastal resources, xenophobia, disaster planning and innovation in manufacturing. Gateways is a refereed journal concerned with the practice and processes of community research and other forms of engagement. It provides a forum for academics, practitioners and community representatives to pursue issues and reflect on practices related to interactions between tertiary institutions and community organizations: academic interventions in community; community-based projects with links to the tertiary sector; and community initiatives.
Hall, M. et al (2009). Gateways: International journal of community research and engagement. Full Text.
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