Some principles and procedures for the conduct of action research, Richard Winter; reflexivity in emancipatory action research - illustrating the researcher's constitutiveness, Susan Hall; got a philosophical match? does it matter?, Mary Melrose; collaborative, self-critical and reciprocal inquiry through memory work, Michael Schratz; emancipatory action research for management and organizational development, Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt; towards empowering leadership - the importance of imagining, Shirley Grundy; emancipatory action research - a critical alternative to personnel development or a new way of patronizing people, Richard Weiskopf; becoming critical of action research for development, Graham Webb; exposing discourses through action research, Leonie Jennings and Anne Graham; managing change through action research - a postmodern perspective on appraisal, Jack Sanger; emancipatory aspirations in a postmodern era; Stephen Kemmis; issues for participatory action researchers, Robin McTaggart.
New Directions in Action Research by Edited by Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt
Edited by Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt
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