Table of contents for Handbook of action research : participative inquiry and practice / edited by Peter Reason and Hilary Bradbury.


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Introduction - Peter Reason and Hilary Bradbury
Inquiry and Participation in Search of a World Worthy of Human Aspiration
PART ONE: GROUNDINGS
Theory and Practice - Bj[sl]orn Gustavsen
The Mediating Discourse
Participatory (Action) Research in Social Theory - Orlando Fals Borda
Origins and Challenges
Action Research in the Workplace - William Pasmore
The Socio-Technical Perspective
Infusing Race into the US Discourse on Action Research - Ella Edmondson Bell
Uneven Ground - Patricia Maguire
Feminisms and Participatory, Action-Oriented Research
Power and Knowledge - John Gaventa and Andrea Cornwall
Knowledge and Participatory Research - Peter Park
Exploring the Relevance of Critical Theory for Action Research - Stephen Kemmis
Emancipatory Action Research in the Footsteps of J[um]urgen Habermas
Pragmatic Action Research and the Struggle to Transform Universities into Learning Communities - Morten Levin and Davydd Greenwood
The Humanistic Approach to Action Research - John Rowan
Engaging Sympathies - Yvonna S Lincoln
Relationships between Action Research and Social Constructivism
The Relationship of `Systems Thinking' to Action Research - Robert Louis Flood
Action Research as the Hidden Curriculum of the Western Tradition - Olav Eikeland
PART TWO: PRACTICES
Action Science - Victor J Friedman
Creating Communities of Inquiry in Communities of Practice
I Wish This Were a Poem of Practices of Participatory Research - Budd L Hall
The Practice of Co-Operative Inquiry - John Heron and Peter Reason
Research `with' Rather Than `on' People
Appreciative Inquiry - James D Ludema, David L Cooperrider and Frank J Barrett
The Power of the Unconditional Positive Question
Large Group Processes as Action Research - Ann W Martin
The Use of Words - [sl]Oyvind P[lo]alshaugen
Improving Enterprises by Improving Their Conversations
Ethnodrama - Jim Mienczakowski and Stephen Morgan
Constructing Participatory, Experiential and Compelling Action Research through Performance
Clinical//Inquiry Research - Edgar H Schein
Community Action Research - Peter Senge and Otto Scharmer
Learning as a Community of Practitioners, Consultants and Researchers
The Practice of Action Inquiry - William R Torbert
The Turn to Action and the Linguistic Turn - Lesley Treleaven
Towards an Integrated Methodology
Educational Action Research - Ken Zeicher
PART THREE: EXEMPLARS
Working Together, Learning Together - Mark Baldwin
Co-Operative Inquiry in the Development of Complex Practice by Teams of Social Workers
The Early Mothering Project - Penelope A Barrett
What Happened When the Words 'Action Research' Came to Life for a Group of Midwives
Citizens' Participation in Natural Resource Management - Yogesh Bhatt and Rajesh Tandon
Learning with /f003The Natural Step - Hilary Bradbury
Action Research to Promote Conversations for Sustainable Development
Transforming Lives - Gloria Bravette Gordon
Towards Bicultural Competence
Action Research to Develop an Interorganizational Network - Rupert F Chisholm
Transpersonal Co-Operative Inquiry - John Heron
Using Co-Operative Inquiry to Transform Evaluation of Nursing Students' Clinical Practice - Marcia D Hills
Collaborative Inquiry with African-American Community Leaders - James G Kelly, Lynne O Mock and S Darius Tandon
Comments on a Participatory Action Research Process
Participatory Research and Education for Social Change - Helen M Lewis
Highlander Research and Education Center
Creative Arts and Photography in Participatory Action Research in Guatemala - M Brinton Lykes
The Art of Clinical Inquiry in Information Technology Related Change - Joe McDonagh and David Coghlan
The Sights and Sounds of Indigenous Knowledge - Timothy Pyrch and Mar[ac]ia Teresa Castillo
Participatory Action Research in Southern Tanzania, with Special Reference to Women - Marja-Liisa Swantz, Elizabeth Ndedya and Mwajuma Saiddy Masaiganah
Six Street Youth Who Could... - Elizabeth Whitmore and Colette McKee
PART FOUR: SKILLS
Collaborative Off-Line Reflection - Jenny W Rudolph, Steven S Taylor and Erica Gabrielle Foldy
A Way to Develop Skill in Action Science and Action Inquiry
On Working with Graduate Research Students - Peter Reason and Judi Marshall
The Mirror, the Magnifying Glass, the Compass and the Map - Yoland Wadsworth
Facilitating Participatory Action Research
Self-Reflective Inquiry Practices - Judi Marshall
The Third Task of Universities or How to Get Universities to Serve Their Communities - G[um]oran Brulin
Conclusion - Hilary Bradbury and Peter Reason
Broadening the Bandwidth of Validity: Issues as Choice-Points to Ensure Quality in Action Research



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Action research -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Participant observation -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.