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Conceptions of private and public inform educational research and planning for labour market transitions in a small resource-based town in British Columbia. Laid-off forestry workers, women on social-assistance and underemployed youth seek inclusion in a community dialogue on educational planning, yet require support to participate.

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Creating Private Spaces to Learn Public Participation

Conceptions of private and public inform educational research and planning for labour market transitions in a small resource-based town in British Columbia. Laid-off forestry workers, women on social-assistance and underemployed youth seek inclusion in a community dialogue on educational planning, yet require support to participate.