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  • 1. INVENTING A PUBLIC Community-Based Research
  • 2. Inventing with artifacts Typical of the humanities, e.g., literary studies, philosophy, history, etc. Purpose: To make the familiar strange. Inventing a public, or community-based research Practiced by researchers across the disciplines in partnership with the community. Purpose: To turn imagination into reality. Social invention Typical of the social sciences, e.g., anthropology, psychology, poli sci, sociology, etc. Purpose: To turn answers into questions.
  • 3. Points of Contrast between Traditional Academic Research and Community-Based Research (CBR)
    • Traditional Research
    • By nature contemplative.
    • Internally motivated.
    • Governed by disciplinary rules .
    • CBR
    • By nature active .
    • Externally motivated.
    • Governed by circumstantial demands .
  • 4. Community Partners
  • 5. Common Ground between Traditional Research and CBR
    • BOTH involve writing .
    • CBR draws on the research methods used in the humanities, social sciences, and physical sciences.
    • BOTH require us to exercise our critical and creative powers simultaneously.
    • BOTH take place in rhetorical situations .