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Reflections on the potential (and limits) of action research as ethos, methodology and practice: A case study of a women’s empowerment programme in the Middle East

Abstract provided on behalf of the authors: Suzanne Hammad, Alice Alunni, and Tamara Alkhas This paper argues that an evidence-based approach to advocacy led by and targeting women could amplify women’s positioning in the political and economic realms. Participatory Action Research is examined as a process for mobilisation, coalition-building and evidence-based advocacy and action, through a case […]

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Exploration in to Action Research Review of Cultural Clash supported by Buddhist Methodology

Blog by Marcus Seels I found Shen’s (2015), Action Research in a Problem Avoiding Culture using a Buddhist Systems Methodology to be  an interesting article. It’s an investigation into integration in real world situations. Buddhist teachings are an established habit and there is a need for understanding of culture.The article under review looked into a cultural […]

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