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Leivas, Monique – Educational Action Research, 2019
In times of globalization we are facing a crisis of care. The invisibility of relations of domination and oppression against nature, women and girls, as well as the elderly, generate inequalities and structural problems that increase the unsustainability of life on the planet. The uncertainty towards the future, generated by climate change,…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Action Research, Cartography, Transformative Learning
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Feldman, Allan; Bradley, Frederick – Educational Action Research, 2019
This article is a report of a critical co-autoethnography action research (AR) study of Allan Feldman's life in AR relative to the development of knowledge democracy (KD). For nearly 30 years he has been doing, studying, and writing about AR, first as a doctoral student and then as a professor. Prior to this he engaged in reflective practice as a…
Descriptors: Action Research, Knowledge Management, Democracy, Self Evaluation (Individuals)
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Wood, Lesley; McAteer, Mary; Whitehead, Jack – Educational Action Research, 2019
Although action research has been widely recognized as an appropriate methodology for promoting the democratization of knowledge, it is not always conducted from an emancipatory and transformative paradigm. Using AR in a technical way, renders it no more than a researcher-driven, problem-solving heuristic that perpetuates the intellectual…
Descriptors: Action Research, Educational Research, Participatory Research, Democracy
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Hong, Eunsook; Rowell, Lonnie – Educational Action Research, 2019
We discuss democratizing knowledge production and dissemination in education illustrated in two parts that challenge the current knowledge monopoly. Our discourse includes (a) problematic cultivation of the status quo in the hierarchy of knowledge value in the U.S. as a component of civic illiteracy and (b) the need for more evidence through…
Descriptors: Knowledge Management, Teacher Researchers, Access to Information, Evidence Based Practice
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Lewis, Rolla E.; Herb, Courtney; Mundy-Mccook, Erin; Capps-Jenner, Natalie – Educational Action Research, 2019
This article is a collaboration involving a professor and three graduate students. Together, they explore lifescaping action research pedagogy guided by the participatory inquiry process. Since the lesson taught is not the lesson learned, the first author presents a perspective about teaching PIP followed by the graduate students' collective…
Descriptors: Action Research, Individual Development, Participatory Research, Inquiry
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Kapoor, Dip – Educational Action Research, 2019
Dalit (the 'downtrodden') students continue to experience caste-based discrimination, humiliation and dehumanization; illegal practices that are being reproduced in the school system in the state of Odisha, India. Based on a research study organized by the Center for Research and Development Solidarity, an adivasi (original dweller/Scheduled…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged, Social Discrimination, Tribes, Indians
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Seeley, Janel; McAteer, Mary; Osorio Sánchez, César; Kenfield, Yuliana – Educational Action Research, 2019
This study employed phenomenological and semi-structured interviews as an action research approach, to explore participants' experiences around the Global Assembly for Knowledge Democracy (The Assembly) following the Conference of the Action Research Network of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia. We sought to promote the inclusion of the diverse…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Knowledge Management, Democracy, Action Research
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Katsarou, Eleni; Sipitanos, Konstantinos – Educational Action Research, 2019
The basic aim of this paper is to discuss the concept 'Knowledge Democracy' (KD) and what it can mean in the school context, its implications on knowledge production and dissemination and on the educational practices. We try to enrich this discussion by presenting action research projects to provide case studies of how thinking about KD can…
Descriptors: Democracy, Action Research, Knowledge Economy, Educational Practices
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Percy-Smith, Barry; McMahon, Gráinne; Thomas, Nigel – Educational Action Research, 2019
This paper draws upon learning from three action research projects conducted as part of a Europe-wide project exploring young people's social and political participation. Challenging dominant discourses about what 'counts' as participation and what does not, the paper explores how, through the action research projects, young people engaged in…
Descriptors: Democracy, Action Research, Citizen Participation, Political Attitudes
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Blackberry, Gina; Kearney, Judith; Glen, Matthew – Educational Action Research, 2019
In contemporary educational settings, school leaders and teachers face increased accountability and pressure to raise student performance. Utilising professional learning to develop individual and collective capability is a common feature of these settings. In Australia, there is evidence that many schools have implemented action research to…
Descriptors: Action Research, Research Projects, Faculty Development, Performance Based Assessment
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Thorgeirsdottir, Hjordis – Educational Action Research, 2019
It is generally agreed that it is difficult for schools to bring about lasting changes in classroom practice. This paper gives an account of an action research group of 21 practitioners in an upper secondary school in Iceland, where a new model, the Change Room, was introduced to enhance changes in classroom practice. The aim was to increase…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Secondary School Teachers, Foreign Countries, Action Research
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Twalo, Thembinkosi – Educational Action Research, 2019
The knowledge value chain has multiple stakeholders such as researchers and policy-makers. These are conventionally knowledge producers and knowledge users, respectively. Knowledge producers and knowledge users sometimes have conflicting interests, expectations, concerns, and priorities. To mitigate these differences, one of the strategies used is…
Descriptors: Researchers, Policy Formation, Action Research, Power Structure
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Groot, B. C.; Vink, M.; Haveman, A.; Huberts, M.; Schout, G.; Abma, T. A. – Educational Action Research, 2019
In the field of participatory health research (PHR) and related action research paradigms, limitations of standard ethical codes and institutional review processes have been identified. PHR is highly situational and relational, part of a hierarchical health care context and therefore ethics of care has been suggested as a helpful theoretical…
Descriptors: Ethics, Participatory Research, Cooperation, Researchers
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Brydon-Miller, Mary; Coghlan, David – Educational Action Research, 2019
In this article, we pose two questions. What is the process of valuing in the structure of human knowing? And, how might individual values become collective values in the context of educational action research? For our answer we explore how first-, second- and third-person practices form the foundation in values-based ethics in action research.…
Descriptors: Ethics, Action Research, Social Responsibility, Guidelines
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Stern, Thomas – Educational Action Research, 2019
Participatory action research investigates the living and working conditions of people by actively involving them in the research process and thus broadening their horizons and empowering them to improve their situation. The radical idea of knowledge democracy is to recognize and respect the existing knowledge and epistemologies of traditional…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Action Research, Democracy, Indigenous Knowledge
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