A fully-updated and reworked version of the classic book by Stephen Kemmis and Robin McTaggart, now joined by Rhonda Nixon, The Action Research Planner is a detailed guide to developing and conducting a critical participatory action research project. The authors outline new views on aparticipationa (based on JA¼rgen Habermasas notion of a apublic spherea), apracticea (as shaped by practice architectures), and aresearcha (as research within practice traditions). They provide five extended examples of critical participatory action research studies. The book includes a range of resources for people planning a critical participatory research initiative, providing guidance on how to establish an action research group and identify a shared concern, research ethics, principles of procedure for action researchers, protocols for collaborative work, keeping a journal, gathering evidence, reporting, and choosing academic partners. Unlike earlier editions, The Action Research Planner focuses specifically on critical participatory action research, which occupies a particular (critical) niche in the action research 'family'. The Action Research Planner is an essential guide to planning and undertaking this type of research.Eachasayings, doings and relatingsais irreducible to the others, but each is always in an endless dance with the others. ... a district consultant to rethink how he taught quadratic equations and parabolas (otherwise known as aFrench Curvesa in Mathematics). ... He began his presentation with a Bob Dylan song, The Timesanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Action Research Planner|
|Author||:||Stephen Kemmis, Robin McTaggart, Rhonda Nixon|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-11-12|