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Community Based Participatory Research as a Long-Term Process: Reflections on Becoming Partners in Understanding Social Dimensions of Mining in the Yukon

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Gertrude Saxinger
First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun
Northern Review, no. 47, Dealing with Resource Development in Canada's North, August 03, 2018, pp. 187-207
Based on the Labour Mobility And Community Participation in the Extractive industries (LACE) research project, this article outlines the key elements of CBPR (community based participatory research): establishing partnerships, knowledge sharing and co-production, and data and research-product ownership.
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