On the Practice of Action Research
Some of the major aspects of engaging in action research are presented. The triadic relationships of action research as a basic and fundamental characteristic, ranging from the very abstract to the very concrete, are discussed. In action research one experiences, on and off, all the modalities of daily reality. The dialogical, linguistic, ethical and psychodynamic features of action research are emphasized, as well as its unfolding and often unpredictable nature. The role of the researcher unfolds in the context of joint action and becomes gradually articulated through (a) experience, (b) the content of one's 'toolkit', and (c) appropriate timing.
Keywords: Action Research, Modalities of Daily Reality, Triadic Features, Ethics, Psychodynamics., Language
Published online: 01 January 1998
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