Conversations About Group Concept Mapping: Applications, Examples, & Enhancements takes a concise, case-based approach to concept mapping. After defining the method, demonstrating how to design a project, and providing guidelines to analyze the results, this book then dives into real research cases. Interviews with the researchers and follow-up exercises are also included. The cases are drawn from a wide variety of research settings, from mapping the needs of at-risk African American youth to creating dialogue within a local business community to identifying the best ways to support teens receiving Supplemental Social Security Income. Each case is synthesized by the authors, reflecting on the commonalities between the cases and drawing out insights into the overall group concept mapping method from each case.