Vol 1 (2008)

Welcome to Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement, a joint initiative of the Shopfront at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) and the Center for Urban Research and Learning (CURL) at Loyola University, Chicago. This inaugural issue demonstrates the diversity of the work being undertaken in the area of community engagement. We look forward to developing an international dialogue in this emerging field.

Table of Contents

Research articles (Refereed)

Gateways: Expanding knowledge through broader participation PDF
Phil Nyden, Paul Ashton, Julie Davis, Marilyn Krogh, Reuben Miller, Pauline O'Loughlin, David Van Zytveld 1-7
Doing What we Know we Should: Engaged scholarship and community development PDF
Bruce Muirhead, Geoff Woolcock 8-30
Yolngu Studies: A case study of Aboriginal community engagement PDF
Michael Christie 31-47
Renegotiating Community Life: Arts, agency, inclusion and wellbeing PDF
Martin Mulligan, Christopher Scanlon, Nicky Welch 48-72
Toward an Ideal Relational Ethic: Rethinking university-community engagement PDF
Steve Garlick, Victoria J. Palmer 73-89
University-Community Engagement: What does it mean? PDF
Jenny Onyx 90-106
University-Community Engagement: A grid-group analysis PDF
David Low 107-127
Community-University Partnerships: Achieving continuity in the face of change PDF
Linda Silka, Robert Forrant, Brenda Bond, Patricia Coffey, Robin Toof, Dan Toomey, David Turcotte, Cheryl West 128-149
Government Support and Infrastructure: Realizing the value of collaborative work PDF
Peter Levesque 150-164

Practice-based articles (Non-refereed)

Breaking Out of the Local: International dimensions of science shops PDF
Caspar DeBok, Norbert Steinhaus 165-178
Capacity Building and Empowerment: A panacea and a challenge for agency-university engagement PDF
Yolanda Suarez-Balcazar, Fabricio Balcazar, Edurne García Iriarte, Tina Taylor-Ritzler 179-196


Review of Creating a New Kind of University: Institutionalizing Community-University Engagement by Stephen L. Percy, Nancy L. Zimpher and Mary Jane Brukardt (Eds) PDF
Sam Attoh 197-199
Review of Engaged Scholarship: A Guide for Organizational and Social Research by Andrew H. Van de Ven PDF
Michael Cuthill 200-201
Review of Researching with Communities: Grounded Perspectives on Engaging Communities in Research by Andy Williamson and Ruth DeSouza (Eds) PDF
Susan Goff 202-203