Editors IJAR

International Journal of Action Research

(Print) ISSN 1861-1303   (Internet) ISSN 1861-9908

Ab/Since Vol 13: Budrich Verlag
 

Editors

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Editors
Richard Ennals, Kingston University
Werner Fricke, Institute for Regional Cooperation, Wieren, editor emeritus
Øyvind Pålshaugen, Work Research Institute, Oslo
Sabine Pfeiffer, University of Applied Sciences, Munich
Danilo Streck, Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, editor-in-chief

Editorial Committee
Oğuz Babüroğlu, Sabanci University, Istanbul
Göran Brulin, National Institute for Working Life, Stockholm
Davydd J. Greenwood, Cornell University
Bjørn Gustavsen, Work Research Institute, Oslo
Ingalill Holmberg, Centre for Advanced Studies in Leadership, Stockholm
Marianne Kristiansen, Aalborg University
Peter Reason University of Bath
John Shotter, KCC Foundation, London
Stephen Toulmin †

International Advisory Committee
Tuomo Alasoini, Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation, Helsinki
Gilles Amado, HEC School of Management, Paris
Bjørn Asheim, Lund University and University of Oslo
Jean Bartunek, Boston College
Bob Dick, Southern Cross University
Alfonso Torres Carillo, Universidad Pedagogica Nacional, Bogota
John Forester, Cornell University
Francesco Garibaldo , Bologna
Kenneth J. Gergen, Swarthmore College
Hans Joas, Universität Erfurt
Thomas McCarthy, Northwestern University
Indira Parikh, Foundation for Management Education, Maharashtra
Robert Putnam, Action Science, Natick, USA
Louis Quéré, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris
Abram de Swaan, University of Amsterdam
Maria Ozanira da Silva e Silva, Universidade Federal do Maranhao
Michel Thiollent, Universidad Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Margaret H. Vickers, University of Western Sydney


Objectives

The „International Journal of Action Research“ provides a forum for an open and non dogmatic discussion about action research, both its present situation and future perspectives. This debate is open to the variety of  action research concepts worldwide. The focus is on dialogues between theory and practice.

International Journal of Action Research“ is problem driven; it is centered on the notion that organizational, regional and other forms of social development should be understood as multidimensional processes and viewed from a broad socio-ecological, participative and societal perspective.

The „International Journal of Action Research“ is a refereed journal, appearing three times a year. The editors invite contributions from academic social sciences, giving special attention to action research and action research practice, to conceptual and theoretical articles pertaining to its focus and to discussions on the changing worlds of work and society.

To submit relevant articles, please contact:
Dr. Danilo R. Streck
Rua Pastor Rodolfo Saenger, 144
Bairro Jardim América
93035-110 São Leopoldo-RS, Brazil
Email: dstreck@unisinos.br
 

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