Diversity of Action Research: Experiences and Perspectives

Diversity of Action Research: Experiences and Perspectives : special issue of International Journal of Action Research 1+2/2007

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Werner Fricke: Editorial 6-8 yvind Plshaugen: Introduction. On the Diversity of Action Research 9-14 Marianne Kristiansen: Relational and Existential Challenges of Practicing Dialogic Action Research Working with Social Concrete Blocks in Organizations 15-37 Olav Eikeland: Why Should Mainstream Social Researchers Be Interested in Action Research? 38-64 John Shotter: With What Kind of Science Should Action Research Be Contrasted? 65-92 Bjrn Gustavsen: Research Responses to Practical Challenges: What Can Action Research Contribute? 93-111 Danilo R. Streck: Research and Social Transformation: Notes about Method and Methodology in Participatory Research 112-130 Davydd Greenwood: Pragmatic Action Research 131-148 Bob Dick: Action Research as an Enhancement of Natural Problem Solving 149-167 Margaret H. Vickers: Reflections from an Action Researcher: Why We Do What We Do 168-189 Gill Coleman, Margaret Gearty: Making Space for Difference: The CARPP Approach to Action Research 190-215 Book review: Shaw, Ian F. / Greene, Jennifer C. / Mark, Melvin M. (Eds.) (2006): The Sage Handbook of Evaluation, reviewed by Thomas Widmer 216-223 The 15th ICSD Symposium Seeking Harmony and Promoting Social Development in a World of Conflict 224
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  • Paperback | 223 pages
  • 159 x 236 x 15mm | 359g
  • Hampp, Rainer
  • English
  • 3866181639
  • 9783866181632