Category Archives: Action Research, Design and Evaluation

Action Research

In the literature, discussion of action research tends to fall into two distinctive camps. The British tradition – especially that linked to education – tends to view action research as research oriented toward the enhancement of direct practice. For example, … Continue reading

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Action Research

There are numerous definitions of action research, however one of the most widely cited is that of Rapoport?s, who defines action research in the following way: Action research aims to contribute both to the practical concerns of people in an … Continue reading

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