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advocacy research


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advocacy research

advocacy research

Coalition advocacy action and research for policy development

Cancer Advocacy Evolves as It Gains Seats on Research Panels

Parent Advocacy and the Rise of Autism Genetics Research

Influencing policy with research—public health advocacy and health inequalities

A GLOBAL CHALLENGE TO GERONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY STRATEGIES

Collaboration Between Community Advocates and Academic Researchers: Scientific Advocacy or Political Research?

‘Smoke gets in your eyes’: a research-informed professional education and advocacy programme

The Use of Research in Policy and Advocacy for Creating Safe Schools for LGBTQ Students

System Justification Theory and Research: Implications for Law, Legal Advocacy, and Social Justice

Intersectoral debate on social research strengthens alliances, advocacy and action for maternal survival in Zambia

Understanding deep roots and their functions in ecosystems: an advocacy for more unconventional research

Research Methods for Assessing Journalistic Decisions, Advocacy Strategies, and Communication Practices Related to Climate Change

NAZIR-ALI, Dr Michael James (born 1949), Bishop of Rochester, 1994–2009; President, Oxford Centre for Training, Research, Advocacy and Dialogue, since 2009

From Fieldwork to Facts to Firearms Control: Research and Advocacy Toward Stricter Firearms Control Legislation in South Africa

The Need for an Information Communication and Advocacy Strategy to Guide a Research Agenda to Address Burden of Invasive Nontyphoidal Salmonella Infections in Africa

Reaching for environmental health justice: Canadian experiences for a comprehensive research, policy and advocacy agenda in health promotion

 

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One kind of descriptive policy research, carried out by people who are deeply concerned about certain social problems, such as poverty or rape. Their studies seek to measure social problems with a view to heightening public awareness of them and providing a catalyst to policy proposals and other action to ameliorate the problem in question. Occasionally, advocacy research studies bend their research methods in order to inflate the magnitude of the social problem described, and thereby enhance the case for public action to address the issue. See Neil Gilbert's article: ‘Advocacy Research and Social Policy’, Crime and Justice (1997).

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