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Slaying my own ghosts: My process into action research

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In the article “Slaying my own ghost“ I focus on how I as a PhD student with an economics background, grounded in positivist science, adopted an action research approach in my PhD research and came to better understand the merits of action-oriented constructivist research, and the limitations of positivist research. I draw on my thesis journal […]


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 […]