6 edition of Limitations and Possibilities of Dialogue among Researchers, Policymakers, and Practitioners found in the catalog.
August 19, 2003
Written in English
|Contributions||Mark B. Ginsburg (Editor), Jorge M. Gorostiaga (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
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A conducive situation. This study underscores the importance of dialogue between researchers and policymakers, and suggests possible avenues for improvement. The book will be useful for a wide audience, including consumers, professionals, stakeholders, researchers, and policy makers, and should be in the libraries of all institutions, formal and.
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At the dialogue, which was held on Friday 30 September at Leiden University in the Netherlands, the research groups presented their interim findings and outlined the implications for policy. The presentations were followed by open dialogue with policymakers, researchers and INCLUDE platform members.
More than 60 people participated in the dialogue. Evaluation of Intergroup Dialogue:A Review of the Empirical Literature ADRIENNE DESSEL MARY E.
ROGGE Practitioners in the developing ﬁeld of intergroup dialogue seek to address critical social issues of prejudice and intergroup conﬂict. Goals of dialogue work include relationship building, civic participation, and social change. Closer collaboration between academic researchers and policymakers or practitioners in the formulation and execution of research projects often results in research that is used in policy or practice (e.g.
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