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|Title: ||Research Decisions in Mapping the Social Economy in Alberta and British Columbia|
|Authors: ||Affolderbach, Julia|
Soots, Lena K.
|Keywords: ||social economy|
|Issue Date: ||13-Feb-2009 |
|Abstract: ||This paper outlines the mapping research design process undertaken by the BALTA Mapping Team for the initial stages of the BALTA (BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance)Social Economy Mapping Project (Phase 1). The purpose of this working paper is to describe BALTA’s approach to mapping, to document the process and to situate it within the context of similar work underway in the social economy field.|
|Description: ||Phase I of the mapping project has been a learning experience and parts of this piece have been rewritten and changed over the course of time. This paper, along with other papers in the Mapping Working Paper Series, will serve as essential background reading for researchers engaged in the mapping project as well as other BALTA researchers.|
|Appears in Collections:||Mapping Methodology|
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