What can action research and transdisciplinarity learn from each other?
From our likeminded colleagues in implementation and integration: https://i2insights.org
A man raises his hand and brings up the following issue: “Our community is constantly affected by terrible floods that not only destroy our houses, but are the cause of sicknesses of our children.” This statement—in the midst of a participatory budget meeting in South Brazil—raised issues concerning the deforestation of riverbanks, the deficient sewage system, contested land ownership and occupation, among others.
Read the rest here…https://i2insights.org/2017/08/29/action-research-and-transdisciplinarity/
By Danilo R. Streck who is Professor at the Graduate School of Education at the Unisinos University, Brazil. He is also a visiting scholar at the Latin American Center at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA and at the Max Plank Institute for Human Development in Berlin, Germany. Current research projects focus on popular education, Latin American pedagogy, pedagogical mediations in participatory social processes, and participatory research methodologies.
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