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University, College Partnerships and Collaborations in Canada

A Critical Analysis
  • Michael Kariwo
  • Christopher Zindi
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Abstract

There is an increasing interest in developing college and university partnerships and collaborations in Canada. However, these concepts remain problematic due to the multi-perspectives adopted by stakeholders. There are several factors that influence partnership development, which include role perspectives, group affiliation, institutional context, power relations, the organizational culture of the partnership, and the societal perceptions of social problems addressed by the partnership (Strier, 2001)

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