Processes of Community-Led Social Enterprise Development: learning from the rural context’,

Sarah-Anne Munoz, Artur Steinerowski, Jane Farmer

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Abstract

This article considers whether, and if so how, rural communities can be supported, through a facilitated process, to create social enterprises within the field of health and care. Using results from the thematic analysis of four community case studies involved in a facilitated action-research process, the article identifies community capabilities and entrepreneurial skills needed to create such rural community-based service providers. The identification of similarities and differences in how the development process took place in four communities allows us to present a development model of our facilitated process. The article contributes to understanding about rural community social enterprises for service provision and the processes associated with their creation.
Original languageEnglish
JournalCommunity Development Journal
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Publication statusPublished - 14 Nov 2014

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