Defining Factors of Successful University‐Community Collaborations: An Exploration of One Healthy Marriage Project
University-community collaborations, Healthy marriage initiative
This study explored university‐community collaborations by examining the workings of 1 healthy marriage initiative. An ethnographic case study research strategy was used to study the process of this initiative, specifically looking at how participants worked through and overcame traditional university‐community collaboration challenges. Data consist of qualitative interviews with key initiative collaborators. Findings are organized into a model that offers a new way of looking at university‐community collaborations in light of challenge points to be addressed and either resolved or unresolved. The model provides implications for other collaborative efforts and outreach scholarship.
Original Publication Citation
Carlton, E., Whiting, J. B., Bradford, K. P., Dyk, P. H., & Vail, A. (2009). Defining factors of successful university-community collaborations: An exploration of one healthy marriage project. Family Relations, 58, 28-40. doi: 10.1111/j.1741-3729.2008.00532.x
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Carlton, Erik L.; Whiting, Jason B. PhD; Bradford, Kay; Dyk, Patricia Hyger; and Vail, Ann, "Defining Factors of Successful University‐Community Collaborations: An Exploration of One Healthy Marriage Project" (2009). All Faculty Publications. 2147.
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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