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Accidental Ethnography (AccE): A Method for Practitioner-based Education Research

What is AccE? Pronounced “Ax-y,” it is a novel way to think about research, but one that is founded on many principals of existing models of inquiry.  As action researchers know, deep learning happens when “doing the work.” However, many practitioners-cum-new researchers in graduate school are rarely supported in sharing hard-earned lessons with the wider […]


Knowledge-making on ‘ageing in a smart city’ as socio-material power dynamics of participatory action research

Abstract on behalf of Tiina Suopajärvi This article investigates participatory action research workshops from the perspective of feminist new materialism by asking, how we came to know ageing in the smart city of Oulu in northern Finland through collaborative workshops which aimed to include seniors into public service design. The most meaningful socio-material components in […]