International Journal of Action Research 

(Print) ISSN 1861-1303     (Internet)  ISSN 1861-9916

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International Journal of Action Research, 2014, volume 10, issue 3  

First pages

Danilo Streck: Editorial     281-283

Articles

Peter Reason
Justice, sustainability, and participation     284-309

Tuomo Alasoini
Learning from learning networks.Experiences of the Finnish Workplace Development Programme     310-338
(Abstract)

Marianne Kristiansen, Jørgen Bloch-Poulsen
Power and contexts: Some societal conditions for organisational action research – Clashes between economic-management and pedagogic-social discourses     339-375
(Abstract)

Crystal Tremblay, Budd L Hall
Learning from community-university research partnerships: A Canadian study on community impact and conditions for success     376-404
(Abstract)

Book Review
James Karlsen & Miren Larrea (2014).
Territorial development and action research: Innovation through dialogue
reviewed by Ken Dovey     405-408

Contents of IJAR, volume 10, issues 1-3     409-410

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International Journal of Action Research, 2014, volume 10, issue 2  

First pages

James Karlsen, Miren Larrea (guest editors):
Editorial: Interaction between research and practice     125-128

Articles

James Karlsen, Miren Larrea
The contribution of Action Research to policy learning: The case of Gipuzkoa Sarean     129-155
(Abstract)

Emil A. Sobottka, Danilo R. Streck
When local participatory budgeting turns into a participatory system. Challenges of expanding a local democratic experience     156-183
(Abstract)

Mikaela Vasstrøm, Roger Normann
Role transformations in collaborative R&D-projects as reciprocation between research, practice and policy     184-212
(Abstract)

Øyvind Pålshaugen
Dialogues in innovation: Interactive learning and interactive research as means for a context sensitive regional innovation policy     213-234
(Abstract)

Hans Chr. Garmann Johnsen, Jon P. Knudsen, Roger Normann
Action Research strategies at the “third place”     235-256
(Abstract)

Richard Ennals
Learning from differences     257-275
(Abstract)

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International Journal of Action Research, 2014, volume 10, issue 1  

First pages

Danilo Streck: Editorial     5-7

Anne Haugen Gausdal, Jarle Moss Hildrum, Bjørn Gustavsen
Translating knowing that into knowing how: The case of trust in regional network building     8-33
(Abstract)

Svein-Tore Kristiansen
Facilitating innovation in networks composed of non-mandated relations     34-53
(Abstract)

Nina Bonderup Dohn
On the necessity of intertwining ‘knowledge in practice’ in action research     54-97
(Abstract)

Øyvind Pålshaugen
Action research for democracy – a Scandinavian approach     98-115
(Abstract)

Book Review
Werner Fricke, Hilde Wagner (Eds.) (2012). Demokratisierung der Arbeit. Neuansätze für Humanisierung und Wirtschaftsdemokratie (The democratization of work: New approaches to humanisation and economic democracy)     116-118
reviewed by Marika Höhn

Conference
Report from the Conference on Participation and Power, Aalborg University     119-120
by Marianne Kristiansen, Jørgen Bloch-Poulsen

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International Journal of Action Research, 2013, volume 9, issue 3  

First pages

Danilo Streck: Editorial     275-277

Articles

Kristina Håkansson, Tommy Isidorsson, Hannes Kantelius
Stable Flexibility – Long-term Strategic Use of Temporary Agency Workers in Sweden     278-299

Courtney Ann Vaughn, Daniel G. Krutka
Self-Reflections, Teaching, and Learning in a Graduate Cultural Pluralism Course     300-332

David Coghlan
What Will I Do? Toward an Existential Ethics for First Person Action Research Practice     333-352


Book Review

Henri Bortoft (2012). Taking Appearances Seriously: The Dynamic Way of Seeing in Goethe and European Thought
reviewed by John Shotter     353-371

Contents of IJAR, volume 9, issues 1-3     372-373

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International Journal of Action Research, 2013, volume 9, issue 2  

First pages

Danilo R. Streck: Editorial     151-154

Orlando Fals Borda
Action Research in the Convergence of Disciplines     155-167

Werner Fricke
A Realistic View of the Participatory Utopia. Reflections on Participation     168-191

Danilo R. Streck
Participation in Social Research: “Quijotism” or Construction of a World View?     192-208

Peter Cressey, Peter Totterdill, Rosemary Exton
Workplace Social Dialogue as a Form of ‘Productive Reflection’     209-245

Marcos Bidart Carneiro de Novaes, Janette Brunstein
The Development of Managerial Competencies: A Collaborative Inquiry into the Practice of Sustainability     246-269

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International Journal of Action Research, 2013, volume 9, issue 1  

Special issue:
Participation and Power
Guest editors: Marianne Kristiansen & Jørgen Bloch-Poulsen

First pages

Marianne Kristiansen, Jørgen Bloch-Poulsen: Editorial     5-14

Are Thorkildsen
Participation, Power and Democracy: Exploring the Tensional Field between Empowerment and Constraint in Action Research     15-37

Claudia Nick, Paul Fuchs-Frohnhofen
Attempts of a Participatory Approach to Helping Improve the Value and Appreciation of Geriatric Nursing in Germany – Looking at the “PflegeWert” Project from an Action Research Perspective     38-66

Birgitte Ravn Olesen, Helle Merete Nordentoft
Walking the talk? A Micro-Sociological Approach to the Co-production of Knowledge and Power in Action Research     67-94

Marianne Kristiansen
Dynamics between Organisational Change Processes and Facilitating Dissensus in Context Inquiring Dialogues     95-123

Emil A. Sobottka
Participation and Recognition in Social Research     124-146

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International Journal of Action Research, 2012, volume 8, issue 3  

First pages

Danilo Streck: Editorial     241-244

Articles

Tuomo Alasoini
A New Model for Workplace Development in Finland. Rethinking Employee Participation and the Quality of Working Life in the Context of Broad-based Innovation Policy     245-265

Hella von Unger
Participatory Health Research with Immigrant Communities in Germany     266-287

Leandro Rogério Pinheiro
Trash Pickers and Position Taking Regarding the Environmental Field: The Participation in the Recycling Chain in Southern Brazil     288-309

Konanani Khorommbi, Willem (Willie) Coetzee, Sue Geldenhuys
Tourism Development in the Catchment of Lake Fundudzi to Promote Sustainable Development     310-341

Karina Becker
Hybrid Participation. A Hinge between Individual Participation and Institutional Co-determination     342-372

Contents of IJAR, volume 8, issues 1-3     373-374

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International Journal of Action Research, 2012, volume 8, issue 2  

First pages

Per Engelstad in memoriam     137-138


Danilo R. Streck: Editorial     139-141

Michel Jean-Marie Thiollent, Renata Ferraz de Toledo
Participatory Methodology and Action Research in the Area of Health     142-158

Geralyn Hynes, David Coghlan, Mary McCarron
Developing Practice in Healthcare: The Contribution of Bildung to Negotiating the Tensions among Practical, Professional and Organisational Knowing     159-184

Laila Wattar, Sandrine Fanous, Peter Berliner
Challenges of Youth Participation in Participatory Action Research – Methodological Considerations of the Paamiut Youth Voice Research Project     185-211

Gomercindo Ghiggi, Martinho Kavaya, Avelino da Rosa Oliveira
Otchiwo, Ondjango and Culture Circles: From Ovimbundu and Freirian Vital Experiences to Angolan Education. Experiencing Intercultural Dialogue as a Revitalisation of Action Research     212-230

Call for papers
Special Issue on Participation and Power in Participatory Research and Action Research
Marianne Kristiansen, Jørgen Bloch-Poulsen (Guest editors)     231-235

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International Journal of Action Research, 2012, volume 8, issue 1  

Special issue:
Action Research – Different Conceptualisations, Similar or Different Approaches?
Guest editor: Olav Eikeland

First pages

Olav Eikeland, Werner Fricke: Editorial     5-8

Articles

Olav Eikeland
Action Research – Applied Research, Intervention Research, Collaborative Research, Practitioner Research, or Praxis Re-search?     9-44

A. B. (Rami) Shani, David Coghlan, Stefano Cirella
Action Research and Collaborative Management Research: More than Meets the Eye?     45-67

Inda Schaenen, Angela Kohnen, Pablo Flinn, Wendy Saul, Jane Zeni
‘I’ is for ‘Insider’: Practitioner Research in Schools     68-101

Henri Savall, Véronique Zardet, Michel Péron, Marc Bonnet
Possible Contributions of Qualimetrics Intervention-Research Methodology to Action Research     102-130

Guidelines     131-132

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International Journal of Action Research, 2011, volume 7, issue 3  

First pages

Danilo Streck: Editorial     245-247

Articles

Werner Fricke
Socio-political Perspectives on Action Research. Traditions in Western Europe – Especially in Germany and Scandinavia     248-261

Gerhard Riemann
Self-reflective Ethnographies of Practice and their Relevance for Professional Socialisation in Social Work     262-293

Wivian Weller, Catarina Malheiros da Silva
Documentary Method and Participatory Research: Some Interfaces     294-318

Elza Maria Fonseca Falkembach
The Case of the Enfoc/Contag, a Trade Union School in Brazil: Systematisation in Process     319-346

Marianne Kristiansen, Jørgen Bloch-Poulsen
Participation as Enactment of Power in Dialogic Organisational Action Research. Reflections on Conflicting Interests and Actionability     347-380

Discussion Forum

Werner Fricke: Some Critical Reflections on „ Participation as Enact-ment of Power in Dialogic Organisational Action Research. Reflections on Conflicting Interests and Actionability“     381-388

Marianne Kristiansen, Jørgen Bloch-Poulsen: Participation as Enactment of Power in Dialogic Organizational Action Research – Response to Werner Fricke     389-392

Contents of IJAR, volume 7, issues 1-3     393-394

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International Journal of Action Research, 2011, volume 7, issue 2  

First pages

Danilo Streck: Editorial     135-138

Articles

Werner Fricke
Innovatory Qualifications and Democratic Participation. Experiences and Reflexions stimulated by an Action Research Project     139-159

Michel Thiollent
Action Research and Participatory Research: An Overview     160-174

Danilo R. Streck, Edla Eggert, Emil Sobottka, Telmo Adams, Cheron Zanini Moretti
Research, Participation and Social Transformation: Notes on the Unfolding of a Research Practice     175-195

Ulrich Brinkmann
Internalisation of Markets and Internal Entrepreneurship: Competition or Co-operation?     196-240

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International Journal of Action Research, 2011, volume 7, issue 1  

First pages

Danilo Streck: Editorial     5-7

Articles

Klaus Dörre
Functional Changes in the Trade Unions. From Intermediary to Fractal Organization?    
8-48

Ingrid Artus
Union Low-pay-worker Representation and the sans-papiers Strikes in France    
49-79

Taylor McInnes, Charles P. Chen
Chronic Career Indecision: Amalgamate Career Development Theories and Action Research Perspectives    
80-100

Maria Ozanira da Silva e Silva
Constructing a Participatory Approach for the Evaluation of Social Policies and Programmes    
101-125

Book Review

Fals Borda, Orlando (2009): Una sociología sentipensante para América Latina: Antología
reviewed by Danilo R. Streck    
126-130

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International Journal of Action Research, 2010, volume 6, issue 2-3  

First pages

Danilo Streck: Editorial     151-154

Articles

Marianne Kristiansen, Jørgen Bloch-Poulsen
Employee Driven Innovation in Team (EDIT) – Innovative Potential, Dialogue, and Dissensus     155-195

Alfonso Torres Carrillo
Generating Knowledge in Popular Education: From Participatory Research to the Systematization of Experiences     196-222

Mathew Tasker, Linda Westberg, Richard G. Seymour
Action Research in Social Entrepreneurship: A Framework for Involvement     223-255

Gunilla Albinsson, Kerstin Arnesson
How Critical Can You Be as an On-going Evaluator?     256-287

David Coghlan
Interiority as the Cutting Edge between Theory and Practice: A First Person Perspective     288-307

Book Reviews

Wolfgang Streeck (2009): Re-Forming Capitalism. Institutional Change in the German Political Economy
Steffen Lehndorff (ed.) (2009): Abriss, Umbau, Renovierung? Studien zum Wandel des deutschen Kapitalismusmodellss
Gerhard Bosch, Steffen Lehndorff and Jill Rubery (eds.) (2009): European Employment Models in Flux: A Comparison of Institutional Change in Nine European Countries
reviewed by Oliver Nachtwey     308-314

Contents of IJAR, volume 6, issues 1-3     315-316

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International Journal of Action Research, 2010, volume 6, issue 1  

First pages

Bjørn Gustavsen: In Memory of Stephen Toulmin     5-10

Richard Ennals, Øyvind Pålshaugen, Danilo Streck: Editorial: To Our Readers – and to Werner Fricke    
11-15

Articles

John Shotter
Movements of Feeling and Moments of Judgement: Towards an Ontological Social Constructionism    
16-42

Hans Christian Garmann Johnsen
Scientific Knowledge through Involvement – How to Do Respectful Othering    
43
-74

Steffen Lehndorff
Models of Capitalism in Europe: Towards the Return of the State?    
75
-107

Hajo Holst, Oliver Nachtwey, Klaus Dörre
The Strategic Use of Temporary Agency Work – Functional Change of a Non-standard Form of Employment    
108
-138

Book Review

Kenneth J. Gergen (2009): Relational Being. Beyond Self and Community
reviewed by Bjørn Gustavsen    
139-146  

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International Journal of Action Research, 2009, volume 5, issue 3  

First pages

Articles

Øyvind Pålshaugen
How to Generate Knowledge from Single Case Research on Innovation?    
231-254

Jarle Moss Hildrum, Henrik Dons Finsrud, Pål Klethagen
The Next Generation of National R&D Programmes in Norway: Consequences for Action Research and Regional Development    
255-288

Satu Kalliola
Learning along with Participatory Action Research – A Finnish Perspectiv    
289-321

John Shotter
Instead of Managerialism: From What Goes on Inside Our Heads to What Our Heads (and Bodies) Go on Inside of – the World between Us    
322-341

Book Reviews

David Coghlan and Teresa Brannick (2010): Doing Action Research in Your Own Organisation reviewed by Richard Ennals     342-347

Contents of IJAR, volume 5, issues 1-3     347-348

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International Journal of Action Research, 2009, volume 5, issue 2  

First pages

Articles

Tuomo Alasoini
Alternative Paths for Working Life Reform? A Comparison of European and East Asian Development Strategies    
155-183

Marcos Bidart Novaes,Maria Amelia Santoro Franco, Rosana Pontes
Facing Resignation and Silence: A Transforming Action-Research Experience in Brazil    
184-214

Bob Dick
Action Research and New Media Concepts    
215-225

Book Review

Susan E. Noffke, Bridget Somekh (eds.) (2009): Handbook of Educational Action Research
Jean McNiff und Jack Whitehead (2009): Doing and Writing Action Research
reviewed by Richard Ennals    
226-230

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International Journal of Action Research, 2009, volume 5, issue 1  

First pages

Werner Fricke, Øyvind Pålshaugen: Editorial     5-12

Articles

Danilo R. Streck
Popular Education and Participatory Research:
Facing Inequalities in Latin America    
13-32

Klaus Dörre, Hajo Holst, Oliver Nachtwey
Organizing – A Strategic Option for Trade Union Renewal?
    
33-67

Ole Fogh Kirkeby
Phronesis as the Sense of the Event    
68-113

Robert Farrands
Opening to the World through the Lived Body: Relating Theory and Practice in Organisation Consulting    
114-143

Book Review

Olav Eikeland (2008): The Ways of Aristotle. Aristotelian phrónêsis, Aristotelian
Philosophy
of Dialogue, and Action Research
reviewed by
Ole Fogh Kirkeby    
144-151

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International Journal of Action Research, 2008, volume 4, issue 3  

First pages

Articles

Salvo Leonardi
Union Organisation of Employees in Atypical and Precarious Work in Italy          
203-224

Michael Whittall, Alan Tuckman
Employee Forums in the UK: Friend or Foe of Trade Unions?          
225-253

Christina Hee Pedersen, Birgitte Ravn Olesen
What Knowledge – Which relationships? Sharing Dilemmas of an Action Researcher    
254-290

David Coghlan, Paul Coughlan
Exploiting the Reach to Explore the Richness in Inter-organizational Action Research
    
291-313

Book Review

Sanford F. Schram, Brian Caterino (eds.) (2006): Making political science matter – Debating knowledge, research, and method
reviewed by Olav Eikeland    
314-319

Contents of IJAR, volume 4, issues 1-3     320-322

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International Journal of Action Research, 2008, volume 4, issue 1+2  

Special Issue
Working Life Reform in Difficult Times: International Experiences
Editors: Werner Fricke, Richard Ennals, Øyvind Pålshaugen

First pages

Werner Fricke: Editorial     6-14

Articles

Bjørn Gustavsen
Learning from Workplace Development Initiatives: External Evaluations versus Internal Understandings    
15-38

Robert Arnkil
In Search of Missing Links in Disseminating Good Practice – Experiences of a Work Reform Programme in Finland    
39-61

Tuomo Alasoini
Building Better Programmes: Learning Networks in the Promotion of Workplace Innovation    
62-89

Claudius H. Riegler
Why is Learning from National Working Life Programmes not a Matter of Course?    
90-113

Thoralf Ulrik Qvale
Regional Strategies to Meet Globalization: How Single Plants Innovate together to Remain Viable and Secure Employment. The Grenland Industrial Cluster and Telemark    
114-154

Berit Moltu
Satirical and Romantic Stories about Organisational Change. Actor Network Theory and Action Research    
155-179

Conference Report

When Shall We Meet Again?
An Overview on the International ‘Insightful Encounters’ Conference, 5th-7th March 2008 in Porvoo, Finland
by Tuomo Alasoini
    
180-184

Book Reviews

Marianne Kristiansen, Joergen Bloch-Poulsen (2005): Midwifery and Dialogue in Organizations – Emergent Mutual Involvement in Action Research    
reviewed by Olav Eikeland    
185-193

Lothar Hack, unter Mitarbeit von Irmgard Hack (2007): Wie Globalisierung gemacht wird. Ein Vergleich der Organisationsformen und Konzernstrategien von General Electric und
Thomson/Thales
reviewed by Andreas Boes and Katrin Trinks    
194-197

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International Journal of Action Research, 2007, volume 3, issue 3  

Special Issue
Interactive Research
Guest editors: Lennart Svensson, Per-Erik Ellström, Goran Brulin

First pages

Werner Fricke: Editorial     229-232

Lennart Svensson, Per-Erik Ellström, Göran Brulin
Introduction – on Interactive Research    
233-249

Lennart Svensson, Jörgen Eklund, Hanne Randle, Gunnar Aronsson
Interactive Research – an Attempt to Analyse two Change Programmes    
250-277

Lotta Svensson
It’s Being Close that Makes it Possible to Accept Criticism!    
278-296

Petter Ahlström, Fredrik Nilsson, Nils-Göran Olve
Mobilising and Nurturing Collaboration in Research – the Value of a Focused Imagination    
297-323

Casten von Otter
Improving Learning Capabilities: A Case Study of an Independent Research Unit in Interaction with the Local Community    
324-348

Ewa Gunnarsson
Other Sides of the Coin. A Feminist Perspective on Robustness in Science and Knowledge Production     
349-363

Contents of IJAR, volume 3, issues 1-3     364-366

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International Journal of Action Research, 2007, volume 3, issue 1+2  

Special Issue
On the Diversity of Action Research

First pages

Werner Fricke: Editorial     6-8

Øyvind Pålshaugen: Introduction - On the Diversity of Action Research     9-14

Articles

Marianne Kristiansen
Relational and Existential Challenges of Practicing Dialogic Action Research - Working with Social Concrete Blocks in Organizations    
15-37

Olav Eikeland
Why Should Mainstream Social Researchers Be Interested in Action Research?    
38-64

John Shotter
With What Kind of Science Should Action Research Be Contrasted?    
65-92

Bjørn Gustavsen
Research Responses to Practical Challenges: What Can Action Research Contribute?     
93-111

Danilo R. Streck
Research and Social Transformation: Notes about Method and Methodology in Participatory Research    
112-130

Davydd Greenwood
Pragmatic Action Research    
131-148

Bob Dick
Action Research as an Enhancement of Natural Problem Solving    
149-167

Margaret H. Vickers
Reflections from an Action Researcher: Why We Do What We Do    
168-189

Gill Coleman, Margaret Gearty
Making Space for Difference: The CARPP Approach to Action Research    
190-214

Book Review

Shaw, Ian F. / Greene, Jennifer C. / Mark, Melvin M. (Eds.) (2006): The Sage Handbook of Evaluation     215-223
reviewed by Thomas Widmer
 

The 15th ICSD Symposium - Seeking Harmony and Promoting Social Development in a World of Conflict     224

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International Journal of Action Research, 2006, volume 2, issue 3  

First pages

Werner Fricke
General Reflections on how to Practice and Train for Action Research    
269-282

Øyvind Pålshaugen
Constructive Practice and Critical Theory: The Contribution of Action Research to Organisational Change and the Discourse on Organisations    
283-318

Bjørn Gustavsen
Learning Organisation and the Process of Regionalisation    
319-342

Myriam N. Torres, Silvia E. Moraes
Building Socially Responsive Curricula through Emancipatory Action Research: International Contexts    
343-374

Book Review

Carola Frege & John Kelly (eds.): Varieties of Unionism. Strategies for Union Revitalization in a Globalizing Economy     375-377
reviewed by Catharina Schmalstieg

On the International Importance of Swedish Research on Work, Organization, and ICT     378-380

Contents of IJAR, volume 2, issues 1-3     381-382

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International Journal of Action Research, 2006, volume 2, issue 2  

First pages

Werner Fricke: Editorial     143-148

Øyvind Pålshaugen: Dilemmas of Action Research – an Introduction     149-162

Marianne Kristiansen, Jørgen Bloch-Poulsen
Involvement as a Dilemma. Between Dialogue and Discussion in Team Based Organizations    
163-197

Julia Preece
Participatory Rural Appraisal: Lessons for Countries in the North?    
198-221

Sandra G. L. Schruijer
Research on Collaboration in Action    
222-242

Michiel Schoemaker
Shaping Communities of Work, an Organizational Development Approach    
243-263

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International Journal of Action Research, 2006, volume 2, issue 1  

First pages

Articles

Olav Eikeland
Phrónêsis, Aristotle, and Action Research    
5-53

Emil Albert Sobottka
The Responsibility of Governing and the Changes in the Workers' Party of Brazil    
54-77

Danilo R. Streck
The Scale of Participation: From Municipal Public Budget to Cities' Conference    
78-97

Klaus Dörre, Klaus Kraemer, Frederic Speidel
The Increasing Precariousness of the Employment Society: Driving Force for a New Right Wing Populism?     
98-128           

Book Reviews     129-137

Beverly J. Silver (2003): Forces of Labour. Workers' Movements and Globalization since 1870. Cambridge University Press
reviewed by Mario Candeias

Hack, Lothar; Hack, Irmgard (2005): Wissen, Macht und Organisation. Internationalisierung industrieller Forschung und Entwicklung - ein Fallvergleich. Berlin: edition sigma
[Knowledge, Power, and Organization. Internationalization of Industrial Research and Development - a Case Comparison]
reviewed by Sabine Pfeiffer

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International Journal of Action Research, 2005, volume 1, issue 3  

First pages

Bjørn Gustavsen
Innovation and action research    
267-289

Enoch A. Lambert
Action research and the study of human being    
290-310

Mick Carpenter
Bridging the gap between collaborative and realist evaluation: A general critique and case study of European Union employment policies    
311-338

Ingunn Moser
Information and its uses in medical practice: A critical interrogation of IT plans and visions in health care    
339-372

Contents of IJAR, volume 1, issues 1-3     373-374

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International Journal of Action Research, 2005, volume 1, issue 2  

First pages

John Shooter
Inside processes: Transitory understandings, action guiding anticipations, and withness thinking       157-189

Margaret Vickers
Action research to improve the human condition: An insider-outsider and a multi-methodology design for actionable knowledge outcomes      
190-218

Ian Greer,Lou Jean Fleron
Labor and regional development in the U.S.A.: Building a high road infrastructure in Buffalo, New York      
219-242

David Coghlan, Claus Jacobs
Building capacity for learning and change through reflective conversation      
243-262

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International Journal of Action Research, 2005, volume 1, issue 1  

Special Issue
Participatory Action Research in
Latin America
Guest editors: Danilo Streck, Carlos Rodrigues Brandão

First pages

Werner Fricke: To our readers       5-6

 

Danilo Streck, Carlos Rodrigues Brandão
Introduction – Participatory Research    
7-8

 

Lola Cendales, Fernersando Torres, Alfonso Torres
“One sows the seed, but it has its own dynamics” An interview with Orlando Fals Borda   
9-42

    

Carlos Rodrues Bigues Brandão
Participatory research and participation in research. A look between times and spaces from Latin America   
43-68

 

Emil Sobottka, Edcribla Eggert, Danilo R. Streck
Research as political-pedagogical mediation. Reflections based on the Participative Budget   
69-86

 

Michel Thiollent
Insertion of Action-Research in the Context of Continued University Education     
87-98

 

Maria Ozanira da Silva e Silva

Reconstructing a participatory process in the production of knowledge: A concept and a practice    99-120

 

Carlos Núñez Hurtado
A participatory citizen consultation: The case of the state of Michoacán, Mexico 
121-151

 

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