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Action research was conceived as a method of collaborative, self-­reflective problem-­solving in a community context. Yet many believe it has evolved too far away from its original, directly activist roots. As a direct response to calls for a rejuvenation of the social agenda of ‘action research’, this volume provides an all-­inclusive road map to generating and implementing politically active grass-­roots research activities. It is a priceless practical guide for the newly minted researcher wanting to make a tangible difference in their profession and in the world. Where some action research models have been criticized for losing focus on the participatory and social justice roots of this type of research, this book puts social justice activism squarely center stage, guiding the researcher through the theoretical, methodological and practical considerations and constraints of developing, implementing and sustaining research in the cultural professions.­Lcating and contextualizing the . . .

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Books of Gregory Martin, Lisa Hunter Elke Emerald