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Niks Marina I. (2004). The more we get together: The politics of collaborative research between university-based and non university-based researchers. Canada : The University of British Columbia, Department of Educational Studies. 195 p. En ligne : <http://www.nald.ca/libr ... h/together/together.pdf>. 
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Resource type: Thesis/Dissertation
BibTeX citation key: Niks2004
Categories: General
Keywords: formation des adultes, rapport au savoir, résultat de recherche, utilisation des recherches
Creators: Niks
Publisher: The University of British Columbia (Canada)
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URLs     http://www.nald.ca ... ether/together.pdf
Abstract     
In the last decade there has been an increased interest in collaborative relationships between universities and other sectors of society. In research, the “partnership trend” has translated into collaborative research projects between university-based and non university-based researchers. This dissertation explores the experiences and understandings of university-based and non university-based researchers about their collaborative work. Specifically, this study looks at the motivation social researchers have to engage in collaborative projects, how their understandings of research and of collaboration influence the relationships they establish with each other and the conditions that participants believe promote collaborative research.
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