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Challenges and Responsibilities Facing Canadian Literacy Researchers Working in Global Communities
Language and Literacy: A Canadian Educational e-journal
This article addresses issues facing Canadian literacy researchers who are working in global contexts and particularly the potential complications that arise when research conducted in developing countries is funded by sources such as international aid institutions, foreign governments, non-governmental organizations, and donor-based organizations. We focus especially on the issue of development of local research capacity and expansion of the knowledge economy. We first create a framework bydoi:10.20360/g2t88q fatcat:mndrd2qvxfdn5acd6kdeeizoqq