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The perceived effects of field-based learning in building responsive partnerships for community development
(Oxford Journals. http://cdj.oxfordjournals.org, 2005)
This paper argues for the use of field-based learning activities in the training of community-based extension workers (CBEWs). CBEWs are in a challenging position. They are expected to provide services to local communities ...
Beyond the rhetoric of empowerment: speak the language, live the experience of the rural poor
(Springer Netherlands. http://www.springerlink.com, 2006-05)
Growth in rural communities, along with attendant changes in social, economic and environmental conditions, challenges members of these communities to take even more responsibility for their lives than in the past. While ...