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Contents: July 1 2003, Volume 1, No.

Hilary Bradbury and Peter Reason


Introductory Comments
Action Research 2003 1: 5-8. [PDF]

Mary Brydon-Miller, Davydd Greenwood, and Patricia Maguire


Why Action Research?
Action Research 2003 1: 9-28. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Orlando Fals-Borda and Luis E. Mora-Osejo


Context and Diffusion of Knowledge: A Critique of Eurocentrism
Action Research 2003 1: 29-37. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Kenneth J. Gergen
Action Research and Orders of Democracy
Action Research 2003 1: 39-56. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

June Lennie, Caroline Hatcher, and Wendy Morgan


Feminist Discourses of (Dis)empowerment in an Action Research Project Involving Rural
Women and Communication Technologies
Action Research 2003 1: 57-80. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

L. David Brown, Gabriele Bammer, Srilatha Batliwala, and Frances Kunreuther


Framing Practice-Research Engagement for Democratizing Knowledge
Action Research 2003 1: 81-102. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Peter Reason
Pragmatist Philosophy and Action Research: Readings and Conversation with Richard
Rorty
Action Research 2003 1: 103-123. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Contents: October 1 2003, Volume 1, No. 2

Hilary Bradbury and Peter Reason


Editorial
Action Research 2003 1: 131-132. [PDF] [References]

Dawn Chandler and Bill Torbert


Transforming Inquiry and Action: Interweaving 27 Flavors of Action Research
Action Research 2003 1: 133-152. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Bjørn Gustavsen
New Forms of Knowledge Production and the Role of Action Research
Action Research 2003 1: 153-164. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]
Lai Fong Chiu
Transformational Potential of Focus Group Practice in Participatory Action Research
Action Research 2003 1: 165-183. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Michel Pimbert and Tom Wakeford


Prajateerpu, Power and Knowledge: The Politics of Participatory Action Research in
Development Part 1. Context, Process and Safeguards
Action Research 2003 1: 184-207. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Hilary Bradbury
Sustaining the Heart of Action Research(ers): An Interview with Joanna Macy
Action Research 2003 1: 208-223. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

March 1 2004, Volume 2, No. 1

Peter Reason
Editorial
Action Research 2004 2: 5-7. [PDF]

Anisur Rahman
Globalization: The Emerging Ideology in the Popular Protests and Grassroots Action
Research
Action Research 2004 2: 9-23. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Tom Wakeford and Michel Pimbert


Prajateerpu, Power and Knowledge: The Politics of Participatory Action Research in
Development Part 2. Analysis, Reflections and Implications
Action Research 2004 2: 25-46. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Sonia Ospina, Jennifer Dodge, Bethany Godsoe, Joan Minieri, Salvador Reza, and Ellen
Schall
From Consent to Mutual Inquiry: Balancing Democracy and Authority in Action
Research
Action Research 2004 2: 47-69. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Steven S. Taylor
Presentational Form in First Person Research: Off-Line Collaborative Reflection Using
Art
Action Research 2004 2: 71-88. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Ian Macpherson, Ross Brooker, Tania Aspland, and Eve Cuskelly


Constructing a Territory for Professional Practice Research: Some Introductory
Considerations
Action Research 2004 2: 89-106. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]
Call for Papers
Action Research 2004 2: 107. [PDF]

June 1 2004, Volume 2, No.

Peter Reason
Editorial
Action Research 2004 2: 123-125. [PDF] [References]

Anastasia M. White
Lewin’s Action Research Model as a Tool for Theory Building: A Case Study from South
Africa
Action Research 2004 2: 127-144. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Jennifer Mullett, Karen Jung, and Marcia Hills


Being, Becoming and Belonging: Getting to Ambassadorship, a New Metaphor for
Living and Collaborating in the Community
Action Research 2004 2: 145-165. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Victor Friedman, Michal Razer, and Israel Sykes


Towards a Theory of Inclusive Practice: An Action Science Approach
Action Research 2004 2: 167-189. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Joanna Busza
Participatory Research in Constrained Settings: Sharing Challenges from Cambodia
Action Research 2004 2: 191-208. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Hilary Bradbury
Doing Work That Matters Despite the Obstacles: An Interview with Riane Eisler
Action Research 2004 2: 209-227. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

September 1 2004, Volume 2, No. 3

Hilary Bradbury
Editorial
Action Research 2004 2: 235-236. [PDF]

Kimberly A. Detardo-Bora
Action Research in a World of Positivist-Oriented Review Boards
Action Research 2004 2: 237-253. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Laurie L. Levesque, Denise M. Rousseau, and Violet T. Ho


Changing our Destination or the Route?: Lessons from an Evolving Relationship with a
New Firm
Action Research 2004 2: 254-276. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Hans J. Scholl
Involving Salient Stakeholders: Beyond the Technocratic View on Change
Action Research 2004 2: 277-304. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Judi Marshall
Living Systemic Thinking: Exploring Quality in First-Person Action Research
Action Research 2004 2: 305-325. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]

Paul Falzone
Transcendent Ethnography: Designing an Action Research Approach to Ethnographic
Film within Cultures of Conflict
Action Research 2004 2: 326-344. [Abstract] [PDF] [References]