The goal of community-based research is to develop a deeper understanding of communities and to discover new opportunities and to discover new opportunities for improving quality of life.
The nine case studies in this diverse collection provide real life examples of community-based research in Aboriginal, urban, and rural communities. Journeys in Community-Based Research shows how taking into account socio-economic, geographic, and cultural contexts can lead to public policy that better serves the most vulnerable in our society.
Bonnie Jeffery is a professor with the Faculty of Social Work, University of Regina and past Director, Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit, Universities of Regina and Saskatchewan.
Diane Martz is Director of Research Ethics in the Office of the VP Research, at the University of Saskatchewan.
Isobel M. Findlay is a professor, Management and Marketing, Edwards School of Business, and University Co-Director, Community-University Institute for Social Research, University of Saskatchewan.
Louise Clarke is associate professor (retired), Organizational Behaviour and HRM, Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan.