How to Do Engaged Research: A Resource Page
There are different styles of engaged research, and the term has somewhat different meanings in different disciplinary traditions. Our Center recognizes and celebrates this pluralism; our goal is not to favor one particular way of doing engaged research.
However, we also want to be a resource for graduate students who are working to formulate a dissertation research topic. To accomplish that, we plan to post on this page a variety of materials on how to do engaged research as well as ideas about specific research topics that would be useful to pursue.
This is simply intended as a resource to help people formulate better engaged research projects. We welcome other submissions.
Suggestions for Designing a Dissertation or Other Research Project
Suggestions for Designing a Dissertation or Other Research Project with the Aim of Helping Advance Progressive Social Change. By David Vine, distinguished public anthropologist and a CES reviewer.
Monica Prasad, a sociologist and a CES reviewer, has been actively promoting “Problem-Solving Sociology” for a number of years. She has a web page and has organized a series of workshops where...