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The following collection focuses on introducing the theoretical and methodological foundations of action research (AR). First, in the form of a primer in deploying and evaluating AR. This primer is designed to be relatively simple, but mainly interactive and, also, context- and client-based. That is, we discuss the different components of an action research program based on how relevant a particular component was thought to be for the intended context and as a result of the intended process for the clients. Needless to say, the different websites listed in this collection will be revised and updated as we receive comments and suggestions from the readers/participants.
Click here to view the eCommons entry for the AR Primer.
Relevant publications on the subject of action research teaching, evaluation, the ethics of AR Pedagogy, and participatory feminism are also posted on this site.
Please send your comments and suggestions to Dr. Nimat Hafez BARAZANGI: email@example.com.
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