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#1Sarah FlickerH-Index: 20
#2Ciann WilsonH-Index: 4
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BackgroundTaking Action II is a community-based participatory action research project that adopted a strengths-based approach to thinking about Indigenous youth HIV prevention activism.MethodsEighteen diverse Indigenous youth leaders produced digital stories about Indigenizing HIV prevention during the summer of 2012 at a week-long retreat. Youth were interviewed twice: right after they created their stories and again after community screenings. In the summer of 2013, youth reunited to collabora...
Urban regeneration has presented new opportunities and alternative routes of development for historical and marginalized communities in Taipei, while strategically avoiding wholesale renewal demolition of existing urban fabrics. Yet the neo-liberalist mode of regeneration meets local challenges of sustaining place identity and social inclusion in the declining but lively neighborhoods of Ka-lak-a, and the bottom-up initiatives, facilitated by the collaboration of academic practicum, planners in ...
In this article, I explain how I broke with the epistemological tradition in which I had been trained, in a process I call “Slaying my own ghosts.” I took this step when I was deciding on the approach of my action research dissertation. I explain the breaks with five ideas: there are diverse ways of generating knowledge; the researcher constructs knowledge through interpretation; context matters; the action researcher alters the process for good; action research produces academic and pragmatic k...
#1Miren Larrea (University of Deusto)H-Index: 7
The paper departs from the work of Davydd Greenwood and Morten Levin on the transformation of universities through action research to raise the question of how action research can be the engine of change in an organisational setting where conditions are inimical to its practice. It shares some theoretical contributions that frame this challenge and proposes insider action research as a potential method to face it. The paper then presents the case of Orkestra-Basque Institute of Competitiveness a...
#1Helena Mary Kettleborough (MMU: Manchester Metropolitan University)
Humanity is overwhelmingly in denial about the ‘biological annihilation’ facing the other species on the planet, heirs to a 13.8 billion year shared history. This paper argues that these questions can be addressed through action research, an ethical research practice, focused on issues of pressing concern to humans and the ecological communities of which they are part. At the heart of the paper is a story, which takes the reader on the author’s 20-year journey to cross a threshold into empathy w...
As an emerging movement in participatory inquiry, citizen science presents an opportunity for advancing the disciplinary reach and usefulness of action research. In this article, we explore this opportunity by considering a case study involving youth-driven air sampling, photovoice, and environmental justice in the Pacific Northwest. When combined with photovoice as an action research method, citizen scientists can be empowered through collective learning to transform themselves from data collec...
This paper explains how the authors applied Action Research during Operation Enduring Freedom in the course of U.S. Department of Defense operations intended to improve local governance in Afghanis...
#1Sarah Donnelly (UCD: University College Dublin)H-Index: 2
#2Sarah Morton (UCD: University College Dublin)H-Index: 1
This paper explores the challenges and learning achieved in utilising co-operative inquiry groups as an action research method through the presentation and critical reflection of two different rese...
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