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Action research and the vicious cycle between low status and low impact

Let me be blunt. I’m interested in power. I’m frustrated by the lack of power exercised by those of us involved in action research and related initiatives—systems thinking, transdisciplinarity, design science, team science, sustainability science, integrated assessment, to name just a few. I’m frustrated by our lack of power in setting research and funding agendas […]

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AR wisdom for International Development/Large Scale Change. A review of Burns and Worsley

On this collaborative review forum we review new (and classic) action research materials. Cultivating the collaborative intent of action research means here that we invite comments on the reviews. We also invite you to review others of the multiplying resources in the field of action research. We hope this space is helpful for bringing awareness […]

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Eros/Power: Love in the Spirit of Inquiry. Bradbury and Torbert, 2016

Eros/Power: Love in the Spirit of Inquiry. Transforming how women and men relate. By Hilary Bradbury & Bill Torbert. 2016. Arizona: Integral Publishers. To purchase and/or review a copy of Eros/Power: http://www.amazon.com/Eros-Power-Love-Spirit-Inquiry/dp/1495159140/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1447031855&sr=8-1 Interviews Video Interview with authors by Irena Pranskeviciute, Amara Collaboration: https://youtu.be/TxUftMDwIIE Radio interview with Hilary Bradbury by Amiel Handelsman on the Amiel Handelsman […]

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Review of Etmanski, Hall, & Dawson. Learning and Teaching Community Based Research: Linking Pedagogy to Practice.

Janet Newbury reviews Etmanski, Hall, & Dawson. (Eds.). (2014). Learning and Teaching Community Based Research: Linking Pedagogy to Practice. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.   In the foreword of this book, S. Martin Taylor says that its diversity is community based research’s (CBR’s) strength, “but so too is perhaps its weakness.  So varied are […]

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