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- Hesser, G. “Examining Communities and Urban Change: Service-Learning as Collaborative Research.” In J. Ostrow, G. Hesser, and S. Enos (eds.), Cultivating the Sociological Imagination: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Sociology. Washington, D.C.: American Association of Higher Education, 1999.
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- Newman, T., Curtis, K., and Stephens, J. “Do Community-based Arts Projects Result in Social Gains? A Review of the Literature.” Community Development Journal, 38(4), 310-322.
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- “Janice Ross: Dance in Prison,” 2009 Miriam and Peter E. Haas Centennial Professorship Lecture on Public Service and the University, Stanford University.
- “Project Community,” (participants in SOC 389 or peer facilitators in SOC 325 or 395), Ginsberg Center, University of Michigan: http://ginsberg.umich.edu/projectcommunity/
- Sample scoring rubric for a student journal, by Steven Jones, IUPUI Center for Service and Learning