The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation      Measuring Social SupportComparing community and national‐level results  ...
The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation                                  Collaboration• How does collaboration take p...
The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation          NRE…The Rural Observatory                …an            Internationa...
The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation                                     n7The Canadian Rural Revitalization Found...
The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation                                      n9The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foun...
The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation       Summary: NRE and GSS Surveys•   Types of changes: similar•   Types of s...
The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation      Measuring Social SupportComparing community and national‐level results  ...
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  1. 1. The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Measuring Social SupportComparing community and national‐level results Bill Reimer bill.reimer@concordia.ca http://billreimer.ca 2011/05/05 n1 The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation n2
  2. 2. The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Collaboration• How does collaboration take place?• What are the conditions that favour  collaboration?• What are the challenges to  collaboration?• How might these challenges be  overcome? n3 The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Market-based: Smith Contractual, short-term, supply and demand President E.g. commerce, labour, housing, trade Robson Jones Polson Economic Social Political Bureaucratic Market Bureaucratic-based: Rationalized roles, principles E.g. government, law, corporations Associative-based: Shared interestsE.g. recreation, charity, religious groups Associative Communal Communal-based: Generalized reciprocity, identity, birth E.g. families, cultural groups, gangs n4
  3. 3. The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation NRE…The Rural Observatory …an International Network http://nre.concordia.ca n5 The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Normative Systems• Types of support vary by the type of change• Supports available are not always used• Types of supports most often used in  combination• Not all types used are successful• Types of supports used depend on household  characteristics• Community context matters 6
  4. 4. The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation n7The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation n8
  5. 5. The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation n9The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation n10
  6. 6. The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Summary: NRE and GSS Surveys• Types of changes: similar• Types of supports: similar• Types of supports are used in combination• Opportunities for answering questions • Which systems are most effective? • How are the systems compatible? • How can we improve the opportunities for  collaboration? 11 The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Bridging the Gaps Smith President Robson Jones Polson Economic Social Political 12
  7. 7. The Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Measuring Social SupportComparing community and national‐level results Bill Reimer bill.reimer@concordia.ca http://billreimer.ca 2011/05/05 n13

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