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The Palgrave International Handbook of Action Research

Rowell, Lonnie L. (EDT)   Bruce, Catherine D. (EDT)   Shosh, Joseph M. (EDT)

Palgrave Macmillan 2017/02
500 p. 76 illus. 24 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9781137441089
KCN: 1024204573
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C11 社会調査法・統計学
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The Palgrave International Handbook of Action Research offers a vivid portrait of both theoretical perspectives and practical action research activity and related benefits around the globe, while attending to the cultural, political, social, historical and ecological contexts that localize, shape and characterize action research.

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The Palgrave International Handbook of Action Research offers a vivid portrait of both theoretical perspectives and practical action research activity and related benefits around the globe, while attending to the cultural, political, social, historical and ecological contexts that localize, shape and characterize action research.
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Table of Contents

Part I: Background and ContextsIntroduction to Part I; Joseph M. Shosh 1. Critical Participatory Action Research; Robin McTaggart, Rhonda Nixon and Stephen Kemmis 2. Informal Action Research: The Nature and Contribution of Everyday Classroom Inquiry; Clive Beck 3. Emancipatory Action Research as a Critical Living Praxis: From Dominant Narrative to Counternarratives; Margaret Ledwith 4. Knowledge Democracy and Action Research: Pathways for the Twenty-First Century; Lonnie L. Rowell and Eunsook Hong 5. Defining Action Research: On Dialogic Spaces for Constructing Shared Meanings; Lonnie L. Rowell, Margaret Riel, and Elena Y. Polush, Part II: A World of Action ResearchIntroduction to Part II; Catherine D. Bruce and Lonnie L. Rowell 6. Action Research in the Canadian Context; Kurt W. Clausen 7. An Emergent History of Educational Action Research in the English Speaking World; Allan Feldman 8. Participation and the Work of the Imagination: A Colombian Retrospective; Joanne Rappaport 9. Action Research and Participatory Research in Brazil; Michel Thiollent and Maria Madalena Colette 10. Community Action Research in Ireland: Improving Educational Outcomes in the Dublin Docklands; Josephine Bleach 11. Creating a Pedagogy of Vocational Training for Young People not in Education, Employment or Training; Gil Mason and Joan Walton 12. The Experience of Lesson Study in the UK; Phil Wood, Alison Fox, Julie Norton, & Maarten Tas 13. A Snapshot of Action Research in and by Higher Education in Southern Africa;Lesley Wood, Catherine Dean, Pieter du Toit, Omar Esau, Angela James, Paul Rampaola Mokhele, & Ansurie Pillay 14. Community Mapping for Empowerment: Collectivising Adults for Action in the Slums of India; Manoj Rai 15. Learning About Action Research In and From the Middle East; Jean McNiff 16. Transformative Education for Gross National Happiness: A Teacher Action Research Project in Bhutan; Rosalind Cooper and Timothy Bedford 17. Action Research in the Sri Lankan Education System: A Historical Perspective;Godwin Kodituwakku 18. The Status of Action Research in the People's Republic of China: A Review of Recent Literature; Lin Yuan 19. Using Action Research for Educational Reform in the Nation of Mongolia: A Catalyst for Democratic Transformation; Candace Kaye, Jadambaa Badrakh, Narantsetseg Dorjgotov, Batdelger Jamsrandorj, Baigalmaa Chultum, & Altangoo Orchirbat 20. Educational Action Research in South Korea: Finding New Meanings in Practitioner-Based Research; Mina Kim and So Jung Kim 21. Transforming Educational Practice through Action Research: Three Australian Examples; Janette Bobis and Robyn Ewing Part III: Action Research Networks in Local and Global ContextsIntroduction to Part III; Margaret Riel 22. Networking at the Grassroots: Action Research Partnerships in Education; Suzy Thomas 23. Practice and Theory in Action Research: Living Theories as Frameworks for Action; Jack Whitehead 24. Maintaining a Network of Critical Connections over Time and Space: The Case of CARN, the Collaborative Action Research Network; Ruth Balogh, Mary McAteer, & Una Hanley 25. Action Learning and Action Research Association (ALARA): History, Culture and Sustainability; Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt and Ron Passfield 26. Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA); Rajesh Tandon 27. The Nordic Network of Action Research (NNAR): Action Research within the Tradition of Nordic Countries; Karin Roennerman and Petri Salo 28. Pedagogy Education Praxis Network (P.E.P): International Research Program; Stephen Kemmis, Karin Roennerman, and Christine Edwards-Groves 29. The Action Research Network of the Americas (ARNA): Constructing a New Network of North-South Convergence; Joseph M. Shosh, Lonnie L. Rowell, Margaret M. Riel, & Catherine D. Bruce Part IV: Challenges, Tensions, and Issues in the Expanding Conceptions of Action ResearchIntroduction to Part IV; Joseph M. Shosh 30. Ethical, Epistemic, and Political Issues in Equity-Oriented Collaborative Community-Based Research; Samara S. Foster and Ronald David Glass 31. Effecting a High School Culture of Writing: Issues and Dilemmas in Participatory Action Research; Terry Locke and Shaun Hawthorne 32. Action Research and Organizational Change in Non-Profit Human Services: Reflections on a Collaborative Action Research Approach to Working with Child, Youth, and Family Organizations; Robert Urquhart and Michael Wearing 33. Donor Influence in Community-Based Action Research: A Typology for Advancing Reflexive Decision Making to Protect Participatory Values; David P. Moxley, Valerie Thompson, & Zermarie Deacon 34. Praxis and Axis: Theory as Practice in a Melanesian Case Study; Anitra Nelson and Natalie Moxham35. Through a Lens of Reinterpretation: Roles in Facilitated Action Research; Rachel Perry and Tim McGarry 36. Inside the Outside: Reflections on a Researcher's Positionality / Multiple "I's"; Nathalis Wamba 37. Digital Technology in Service of Action Research; Margaret Riel 38. Toward the Construction of a Local Knowledge Base on Teaching and Learning by and for Teachers and Learners; Joseph M. Shosh 39. Action Research and the Development of Expertise: Rethinking Teacher Education; Margaret Riel and Lonnie L. Rowell Part V: Case Studies in Action ResearchIntroduction to Part V: Case Studies of Action Research: Looking Towards Cross-Case Analysis; Catherine D. Bruce 40. Arts-based and Participatory Action Research with Recycling Cooperatives; Jutta Gutberlet, Bruno de Oliveira Jayme & Crystal Tremblay 41. Border Pedagogy and Orientacion y Tutoria: A Case Study of USA-Mexico Collaborative Action Research; Shelley Barajas-Leyva and Lonnie L. Rowell 42. E-readers' Impact on Early Readers' Engagement and Literacy Achievement; Alicia Wenzel and Cheryl Peterson 43. Commentary on the Action Research Laboratory: A US School-Based Action Research Program; Joseph C. Senese 44. Fostering a School-Community Partnership for Mutual Learning and Development: A Participatory Action Learning and Action Research Approach; Lesley Wood and Bruce Damons Part VI: Looking AheadIntroduction to Part VI; Joseph M. Shosh and Lonnie L. Rowell 45. Learning Together: Dialogue, Collaboration, and Reciprocal Transformation in a Nicaraguan Educational Program; Sharon M. Ravitch, Matthew J. Tarditi, Nayibe Montenegro, Duilio Baltodano, & Eveling Estrada 46. Participatory Action Research for Recovery of the Senses and Sources of Historic Memory; Cesar Osario-Sanchez 47. Linking Foresight and Action: Toward a Futures Action Research; Jose Ramos 48. Towards a Strategic Agenda for Global Action Research: Reflections on Alternative Globalization; Lonnie L. Rowell, Ruth Balogh, Ortrun Zuber-Skerrit, Christine Edwards-Groves, Doris Santos, & Joseph M. Shosh