Chapter 15: The university as community developer
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This chapter explores two case narratives of engaged scholarship, drawing on the authors’ experiences as university scholars promoting community development through engagement with local citizens, public officials, and community-based organizations. The narratives provide a textured understanding of how engagement is constrained by routine, deeply embedded practices and assumptions, but also of how, despite this, space for more robust, democratic engagement can be created.

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