Despite the recent rapid growth in applied social science, the results of that collaboration between research and policy-making have been disappointing (e.g. the American War on Poverty). Two British examples of national action-research experiments in education (Educational Priority Areas) and urban deprivation (Community Development Projects) are briefly outlined and their problems discussed.
Authors: James Spence, Frank Teer
August 1, 1971
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