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Exploring Synergies of Action Research in Gangs Research to Build Social Capital in the Cyclical Economy.
Paul Andell

Last modified: 2017-11-01

Abstract


The paper draws on both international literature and recent local research (Andell and Pitts 2017) to highlight the application of action research techniques to build social capital to address presenting problems and explore the possible contributions this approach can make to a “cyclical economy”.

Keywords


Cyclical Economy; Crime; Gangs; Social Capital; Action Research

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