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Thoughts about the other: A first-person inquiry

Stephen D. Kroeger’s blog introduces his forthcoming article. “This paper uses first-person action research to provide a fascinating look into the dynamics of doing cross-cultural work.  It takes into account the complex political as well as cultural aspects of these relationships, providing valuable insights for action researchers or anyone working across social, political, economic, and […]


Tensions in communication – teachers and academic facilitators in a critical friendship

Blog post by Marie-Helene Zimmerman Nilsson Action research is often characterized by successful outcomes based on collaboration with people with a willingness to change. So, when a top-town decided project was planned in cooperation with the university and a school with a low level of achievement – it would have been easy to say ”no […]