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  • Community engagement research in South Africa - Methods, theories, histories and practice
  • Van Eeden E, Eloff I, Dippenaar H
  • ISBN: 9780627037931
  • eISBN: N/A
  • ePub ISBN: 9780627037948
  • 448 Pages | Published: 2021


A multidisciplinary approach to the practical implementation of positive social change through teaching, research and community engagement. Discusses innovative ways of conceptualising and establishing projects while sharing best practice. Aimed at scholars, postgraduate students, experts and policymakers.

Contents include the following:

·         Reflections on community engagement projects

·         Theories in community engagement and other shades of participatory collaboration

·         Exploring methods of community engagement: indigenous community health care and wellbeing

·         Exploring methods of community engagement: rural and urban contexts

·         Science for society: the practice of community engagement

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