Beginning in 2007 LCHC began a new form of university-community partnership activity that eschewed pre-programming activities for a process of mutual collaboration building. What we saw emerge was a reflexive way of collaborating on the design of activities that privileges and builds upon the already-established practices at the site, keeping clearly in mind the principle that the joint activity must be just as much “their” project as it is ours.”
- Downing-Wilson, D. Lecusay, R., Cole, M. (2011). Design experimentation and mutual appropriation: Two strategies for university/community collaborative after-school interventions. Theory & Psychology 21. 5, pp. 656-680
- Downing-Wilson, D, Lecusay, R. Rosero, I., & Cole, M. (2012). A cultural-historical approach to university/community collaborative interventions. In The Oxford handbook of culture and psychology 885-898. New York, NY, US:Oxford University Press, 2012.
- Engestrom, Y. (2009) The future of activity theory: A rough draft. In Annalisa Sannino, Harry Daniels & Kris D. Gutierrez (eds.), Learning and Expanding with Activity Theory. Cambridge University Press. pp. 303–328.
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