ALARj

ALARj

ALARj is published by ALARA Association Inc. It is an international journal which publishes accounts and analyses of the use of action learning, action research and associated approaches to any field of activity that aligns with ALARA's constitutional vision.

This vision is that action learning and action research will be widely used and publicly shared by individuals and groups creating local and global change for the achievement of a more equitable just, joyful, peaceful and sustainable society.


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Vol 20, No 2 (2014): ALARj Volume 20 no 2 October 2014

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A general issue for any developments in Action Research and Action Learning.

Table of Contents

Articles

covers, review panel, back pages
Susan Goff
editorial
Susan Goff
Adapting the Learning History approach for use in inter-organisational contexts: Learnings from a problem gambling project
Carlene Boucher, Wayne Fallon
Notice of world congress
Susan Goff
Can action research give reproducible results? Results from a study of an agile project management framework for an SME IT environment
Daniel Glen O'Sheedy
A Reflexive Study of the Continuous Practice Improvement of a Global Marketeer
Michael M Dent
UTS Carlab
Susan Goff
‘Ngulluck Katitj Wah Koorl Koorliny/ Us mob going along learning to research together’: Drawing on action research to develop a literature review on Indigenous gendered health and wellbeing
Bronwyn Fredericks, Kathleen Clapham, Roxanne Bainbridge, Len Collard, Mick Adams, Dawn Bessarab, Clair Andersen, Deb Duthie, Rowena Ball, Marlene Thompson (Longbottom), Carolyn Daniels
EMPOWERMENT IN PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH CONDUCTED IN MALAYSIA
Fariza Puteh-Behak
Implementing the AR approach in the context of Swedish municipal care:
Dr Zada Pajalic
Capturing the proven experience through action learning. The systematic work of developing quality in Swedish leisure-time centres
Åsa Söderström, Maria Hjalmarsson


ISSN: 1326-964x