Dusty Columbia Embury

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Learning to overcome epistemological challenges: A case of a cross-cultural action research exchange program between the United States and Japan

Blog post by Noriyuki Inoue Cross-cultural experiences can offer unique opportunities to examine our assumptions that underlie our world views. So what can we learn from cross-cultural changes in AR? At the University of San Diego, I have been organizing an action research cross-cultural exchange program with Japanese partners in the last few years. This paper […]

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Transforming knowledge creation for a more sustainable world through action research

  In this 20 minute video presentation Hilary Bradbury Ph.D. covers some basic tenets of high quality contemporary action research. She describes action research as a complement to conventional research and offers examples of first person action research/practice (mindfulness program), second person action research/practice (learning history) and third person action research/practice (executive roundtable using systems […]

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Doing action research in organizations: Using communicative spaces to facilitate (transformative) professional learning

Blog post by Sandra Eady Have you ever wondered what triggers learning that transforms the way you see the world, interact with your work colleagues or ask questions that really transform the way you understand how systems and structures drive your practice? This has been a central theme of our work across professions which started […]

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