ONT 105 PZ -Research Methods for Community Change
Description: Research for Community Change incorporates the study of diverse approaches of qualitative inquiry (i.e., ethnography, participatory action, project-based research) along with theoretical frameworks around community development and social change through research practicums with community change partnerships in Ontario. This class is centered around the intensive research internship and community immersion experience (130-hour commitment over the course of the semester) with grassroots organizations addressing a variety of issues in Ontario such as immigration, education, voter mobilization, environmental justice, and labor rights. Fully executed project-based and community-based action research projects by students will directly inform community development and policy reforms currently underway through multiple partnerships in Ontario.
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