Dusty Columbia Embury

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Going Large-Scale: The Polling Conference Process for Participatory Constitution-making in Turkey

Blog post by Oguz N. Baburoglu In this paper, we tell the story of large-scale, nation-wide intervention for participatory constitution-making in Turkey. We believe that action researchers, deliberative democrats and civil society leaders who wish to mobilize participation in deliberative political processes on a large scale will find our story inspiring. Non-elected bodies had drafted […]

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From experience to action in recovery-oriented mental health practice: A first person inquiry

Blog post by Susan Kidd Relationships in health are formed in the context of our shared humanity and the social world. Consumer participation assists in building understanding of the social world in which care is provided. Broad consumer participation is a fundamental prerequisite for the further development of recovery oriented mental health services. Ideally consumers […]

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Our way(s) to action research: Doctoral students’ international and and interdisciplinary collective memory work

Blog post by Zheng Zhang Have you ever felt lonely on your journey as becoming action researchers? Have you ever had a hankering after support from experienced others? We did. Luckily, in the burnished fall of 2011, we met in Gothenburg, Sweden and started our collective biography as fledgling action researchers. Highly motivated to make […]

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