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Third edition
Los Angeles ; London ; New Delhi ; Singapore ; Washington DC ; Boston : SAGE reference, [2015]
xliii, 806 stran : ilustrace ; 26 cm

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ISBN 978-1-4462-9454-3 (vázáno)
001461866
Contents // List of Figures ?? // List of Tables xv // Notes on the Editor and Contributors xvi // Introduction: How to Situate and Define Action Research 1 // Hilary Bradbury // PARTI PRACTICES // 1 Introduction to Practices 13 // Alfredo Ortiz Aragon and Maria Teresa Castillo-Burguete // 2 The Practice of Learning History: Local and Open System Approaches 17 // Hilary Bradbury, George Roth and Margaret Gearty // 3 PRA, PLA and Pluralism: Practice and Theory 31 // Robert Chambers // 4 Developing the Practice of Leading Change Through Insider // Action Research: A Dynamic Capability Perspective 47 // David Coghlan and Abraham B. (Rami) Shani // 5 Innovations in Appreciative Inquiry: Critical Appreciative Inquiry // with Excluded Pakistani Women 55 // Graham Duncan // 6 Collaborative Developmental Action Inquiry 64 // Aftab Erfan and Bill Torbert // 1 Systematization of Experiences: A Practice of Participatory // Research from Latin America 75 // Elza Ealkembach and Alfonso Torres Carrillo // 8 Empowerment Evaluation and Action Research: // A Convergence of Values, Principles, and Purpose 83 // David M. Fetterman // 9 Action Evaluation: An Action Research Practice for the Participative Definition, Monitoring, and Assessment of Success in Social Innovation and Conflict Engagement Victor J. Friedman and Jay Rothman // 90 // vi // THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF ACTION RESEARCH // 10 Theatre in Participatory Action Research: Experiences from Bangladesh 100 // Meghna Guhathakurta // 11 Using
?-Groups to Develop Action Research Skills in Volatile, // Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous Environments 109 // Lisa Stefanac and Michael Krot // 12 The Action Research Practice of Urban Planning - An Example // from Hong Kong 118 // Hok Bun Ku and Jackie Y.C. Kwok // 13 The Artistry of Emancipatory Practice: Photovoice, Creative // Techniques, and Feminist Anti-Racist Participatory Action Research 131 // M. Brinton Lykes and Holly Scheib // 14 Action Science Revisited: Building Knowledge Out of // Practice to Transform Practice 143 // Diana McLain Smith // 15 Systemic Intervention 157 // Gerald Midgley // 16 Community-Based Participatory Research with Communities Defined by Race, Ethnicity, and Disability: // Translating Theory to Practice 167 // Christina Nicolaidis and Dora Raymaker // 17 Action Learning 179 // Mike Pedler and John Burgoyne // 18 The Network Leadership Innovation Lab: A Practice for Social Change 188 // Elissa Perry, Robin ? ate her, Mark Leach and Laurie Mazur // 19 Awareness-Based Action Research: Catching Social // Reality Creation in Flight 199 // Otto Scharmer and Katrin Kaeufer // 20 The World Café in Action Research Settings 211 // Frederick Steier, Juanita Brown and Flavio Mesquita da Silva // 21 Ethnographic Action Research: Media, Information and // Communicative Ecologies for Development Initiatives 220 // Jo Tacchi // 22 Re-Fashioning Citizens’ Juries: Participatory Democracy in Action 230 // Tom Wakeford, Michel Pimbert and Erin Walcon // CONTENTS
// vii // 23 The Practice of Helping Students to Find Their First Person Voice // in Creating Living-Theories for Education 247 // Jack Whitehead // 24 The Practice of Teaching Co-Operative Inquiry 256 // Lyle Yorks // PART II EXEMPLARS // 25 Introduction to Exemplars 267 // Svante Lifvergren and Kent Glenzer // 26 Symbiosis of Action Research and Deliberative Democracy in the // Context of Participatory Constitution-Making 270 // Oguz N. Bahiiroglu, Giělru Z Göker and Emre Koyuncu // 27 Action Research in Universities and Higher Education Worldwide 281 // Rebecca Boden, Davydd J. Greenwood, Budd Hall, Morten Levin, // Sudi Marshall and Susan Wright // 28 Tm Not Afraid of Him; That Dog Barks But He Don’t Bite’. PAR Processes, // Gender Equity and Emancipation with Women in Yucatán, Mexico 291 // Maria Teresa Castillo-Burguete, Carmen García-Gómez, // Pedro Castro-Borges and Federico Dickinson // 29 Insurgent Inquiry: Connecting Action Research, Impact Evaluation, // and Global Strategy in a Rights-Based International Development NGO 301 // Kent Glenzer, Elisa Martinez and Michael Drinkwater // 30 Action Research with Marginalized Immigrants’ Coming to Voice: // Twenty Years of Social Movement Support in Taiwan and Still Going 315 // Hsiao-Chuan Hsia // 31 Improving Health and Well-being: Researching Alongside // Marginalized People Across Diverse Domains 325 // Tina Koch // 32 After a Decade of Action Research: Impactful Systems Improvement // in Swedish Healthcare
337 // Svante Lifvergren, Tony Huzzard and Andreas Hellström // 33 Action Research as a Transformative Force in Management // Education: Introducing the Collaboratory 351 // Katrin Muff // 34 Achieving Equity in Education 362 // Ernie Stringer // vili // THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF ACTION RESEARCH // PART III GROUNDINGS // 35 Introduction to Groundings 377 // Hilary Bradbury // 36 Praxis - Retrieving the Roots of Action Research 381 // Olav Eikeland // 37 Core Issues in Modem Epistemology for Action Researchers: Dancing // Between Knower and Known 392 // Gill Coleman // 38 Social Construction and Research as Action 401 // Kenneth J. Gergen and Mary M. Gergen // 39 How to Succeed in Action Research without Really Acting: Tracing // the Development of Action Research to Constructivist Practice in Organizational Worklife 409 // Bj0rn Gustav sen and 0yvind Pŕlshaugen // 40 Organization Development: Action Research for Organizational Change 417 // David Coghlan // 41 Evolutionary Systems Thinking: What Gregory Bateson, Kurt Lewin and // Jacob Moreno Offered to Action Research that Still Remains to be Learned 425 Davydd J. Greenwood // 42 How Change Happens: The Implications of Complexity and Systems // Thinking for Action Research 434 // Danny Burns // 43 Complex Systems and Emergence in Action Research 446 // Benyamin Lichtenstein // 44 Critical Theory and Critical Participatory Action Research 453 // Stephen Kemmis, Robin McTaggart and Rhonda Nixon // 45 Power and Knowledge 455 // John
Gaventa and Andrea Cornwall // 46 Research, Participation and Social Transformation: Grounding // Systematization of Experiences in Latin American Perspectives 472 // Danilo R. Streck and Oscar Jara Holliday // Al Knowledge Democracy, Community-based Action Research, // the Global South and the Excluded North 481 // George Ladaah Openjuru, Namrata Jaitli, Rajesh Tandon and Budd Hall // CONTENTS // ix // 48 Participatory Action Research: Its Origins and Future in Women’s Ways 489 // Marja-Liisa Swantz // 49 The Location of Race in Action Research 497 // Erica Gabrielle Foldy // 50 Sex and Sensibilities: Doing Action Research while Respecting even // Inspiring Dignity 505 // Lauren Martin // 51 Crowdsourcing and Action Research. Fostering People’s Participation // in Research through Digital Media 512 // Chiara Certomŕ and Michel Pimbert // 52 Naturally Emerging Regulation and the Danger of Delegitimizing // Conventional Leadership: Drawing on the Example of Wikipedia 522 // Dariusz Jemielniak // 53 Action Research in an Online World 529 // Dusty Columbia Embury // 54 Large Scale Change Action Research 536 // Steve Waddell, Milla McLachlan, Greta Meszoely and Sandra Waddock // 55 Companions to Action Research: Reaching Beyond our Networks to // Build Alignments and a Common Repository of Resources 547 // Gabriele Bammer // 56 Action Research and Ecological Practice 553 // Peter Reason and Susan Canney // 57 Ecofeminism and Systems Thinking: Shared Ethics of Care for Action
Research 564 // Anne Stephens // 58 The Integrating (Feminine) Reach of Action Research: A Nonet // for Epistemological Voice 573 // Hilary Bradbury // 59 Expanding Reach and Justice with PAR: Working with More than Humans 583 // Debra Merskin and Debra Durham // PART IV SKILLS // 60 Introduction to Skills 593 // Dusty Columbia Embury // 61 Widening the Circle: Ethical Reflection in Action Research and the Practice // of Structured Ethical Reflection 596 // Mary Brydon-Miller, Amy Rector Aranda and Douglas M. Stevens // x // 62 // 63 // 64 // 65 // 66 // 67 // 68 // 69 // 70 // 71 // 72 // 73 // 74 // 75 // 608 // 619 // 626 // 636 // 643 // 653 // 665 // 673 // 681 // 691 // 700 // 708 // 716 // 724 // THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF ACTION RESEARCH // The Skillful Means of Engaged Research // Jacques M. Chevalier, Daniel J. Buckles and Michelle Bourassa // Feelings in First Person Action Research Hanne He en // Clearing Obstacles: An Exercise to Expand a Person’s Repertoire of Action Elaine Herdman-Barker and Aftab Erfan // A Cross-Cultural Approach with East-Asian Epistemology: Developing Soft Skills in Action Research Noriyuki Inoue // Cultivating Intention (As we Enter the Fray): The Skillful Practice of Embodying Presence, Awareness, and Purpose as Action Researchers David McCallum and Aliki Nicolaides // Holding Theory Skillfully in Consulting Interventions Grady McGonagill and Dana Carman // You Better Check Your Method Before You Wreck Your Method: Challenging and Transforming
Photovoice Angie P. Mejia // Discovering Philosophical Assumptions that Guide Action Research: The Reflexive Toolbox Approach Chad Gonnerman, Michael O’Rourke, Stephen J. Crowley and Troy E. Hall // Radical Epistemology as Caffeine for Social Change Alfredo Ortiz Aragon and Juan Carlos Giles Macedo // Mediated Dialogue in Action Research Charles J. Palus and John B. McGuire // Teaching the Heart of Action Research Skills: Breaking Free in the Classroom Timothy Pyrch // Practice of Mindful Intuition: Bi-directional Openness: The Skill of Expressing and Sensing Leadership that Serves a Group Yumi Sera // Designerly Ways for Action Research Howard Silverman // Nurturing Creative Destruction: Bringing Management Mindsets and Influence Skillsets to Health Care Nicole A. Steckler and James J. Huntzicker // CONTENTS xi // 76 Teaching and Learning Reflective Practice in the Action Science/Action // Inquiry Tradition 732 // Steven S. Taylor, Jenny W. Rudolph and Erica Gabrielle Foldy // 77 From Research ‘on’ to Research ‘with’: Developing Skills for Research // with Sex Workers 742 // Emily van der Me ulen // 78 Shared Inquiry Capabilities and Differing Inquiry Preferences: Navigating // ‘Full Cycle’ Iterations of Action Research 750 // Yoland Wadsworth // 79 Unlocking the Secrets of Personal and Systemic Power: The Power // Lab and Action Inquiry in the Classroom 760 // Nancy C. Wallis // Index 770

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