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Framing social innovation research: a sociology of knowledge perspective

Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research

Frank Moulaert and Barbara Van Dyck

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From ‘book container’ to community centre

Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research

John Andersen, Kristian Delica and Martin Severin Frandsen

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Gender and social innovation: the role of EU policies

Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research

Isabel André

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General introduction: the return of social innovation as a scientific concept and a social practice

Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research

Frank Moulaert, Diana MacCallum, Abid Mehmood and Abdelillah Hamdouch

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Stijn Oosterlynck and Pascal Debruyne

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Holistic research methodology and pragmatic collective action

Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research

Frank Moulaert and Abid Mehmood

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Innovative forms of knowledge production: transdisciplinarity and knowledge alliances

Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research

Andreas Novy, Sarah Habersack and Barbara Schaller

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The International Handbook on Social Innovation

Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research

Edited by Frank Moulaert, Diana MacCallum, Abid Mehmood and Abdelillah Hamdouch

The contributors provide an overview of theoretical perspectives, methodologies and instructive experiences from all continents, as well as implications for collective action and policy. They argue strongly for social innovation as a key to human development. The Handbook defines social innovation as innovation in social relations within both micro and macro spheres, with the purpose of satisfying unmet or new human needs across different layers of society. It connects social innovation to empowerment dynamics, thus giving a political character to social movements and bottom-up governance initiatives. Together these should lay the foundations for a fairer, more democratic society for all.
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Introduction: ‘reality’ as a guide for SI research methods?

Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research

Abdelillah Hamdouch

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Introduction: social innovation – an idea longing for theory

Collective Action, Social Learning and Transdisciplinary Research

Stijn Oosterlynck