Productive tensions—engaging geography students in participatory action research with communities
This study discusses an undergraduate module on participatory geographies that involved students in co-producing research with community partners. The authors—a student, two community partners, and a professor—describe the tensions in achieving the module’s diverse aims, and suggest that these tensions are productive for teaching, learning, research, and the needs of community organizations.
Pain, R., Finn, M., Bouveng, R., & Ngobe, G. (2013). Productive tensions—engaging geography students in participatory action research with communities. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 37(1), 28-43. Full Text.
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