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Community health and wellbeingAction research on health inequalities$
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Steve Cropper, Alison Porter, and Gareth Williams

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9781861348180

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781861348180.001.0001

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Action research partnerships: contributing to evidence and intelligent change

Action research partnerships: contributing to evidence and intelligent change

(p.72) (p.73) Four Action research partnerships: contributing to evidence and intelligent change
Community health and wellbeing

Steve Cropper

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This chapter evaluates the usefulness of action research partnerships in investigating and addressing health inequalities. It describes some aspects of the experience in action research that sought to engage directly and wholeheartedly with communities and explains the different conception of action research. The chapter discusses the importance of balancing the relationship between action and research and provides a brief commentary on the organisation of action research, particularly the possibilities for division of labour across participants.

Keywords:   action research, health inequalities, communities, research, division of labour

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