Pathways to Service: Visual Mapping of Barriers and Access to LA Nonprofits
March 8, 2017 – 1:00pm-2:00pm PST
Location: Whitsett Room, 4th Floor, Sierra Hall, California State University Northridge
This lecture by CSUN Sociology Professor Moshoula Capous-Desyllas describes a study she coordinated, which began with CSUN students interviewing clients of 27 local social service agencies. They then visually mapped how clients accessed the services received. The 27 visual maps were analyzed by CSUN graduate students to create one multi-layered map, which was turned into installation art – to represent client pathways and barriers to services in Los Angeles. The study was supported by a HIRI Nonprofit Research Fellowship, and has implications for local nonprofits and for how to improve social service delivery. The lecture is presented by Valley Nonprofit Resources.
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