ALARj

Vol 17, No 2 (2011)

Decolonising Action Research

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A special Edition discussing decolonising approaches to action research and related practices, featuring Indigenous scholarship in the action research field

Table of Contents

Articles

cover illustration PNG
Susan Goff cover
inside cover PDF
Susan Goff i-iii
Editorial PDF
Bronwyn Fredericks, Karen Adams 2-11
Engaging the practice of Indigenous yarning in Action Research PDF
Bronywn Fredericks, Karen Adams 12-24
Research as intervention: Engaging silenced voices PDF
Michael Wright 25-46
Decolonizing activism/deactivating colonialism PDF
Clare Land 47-68
PAR / RAP: Participation Action Research / Research Action Participation PDF
Bronwyn Fredericks 69-71
Intuition and congruence: researching peace in Melanesia PDF
Louise Vella 72-89
Cuckoo – using action research to record oral history PDF
Anna Liebzeit 90-96
Healing unresolved grief PDF
Thohahoken Michael Doxtater 97-117
While we are together this is how we see it PDF
Riripeti Reedy, Susan Goff 118-136
Using Gamma knowledge sharing as a decolonising approach to conference planning and facilitation PDF
Kim O'Donnell, Janet Kelly 137-156
Participation as a Method of Sharing Koorie Narratives PDF
Ian Hamilton 157-176
Book review PDF
Bill Genat 177-178
Membership and Submissions PDF
Susan Goff 179-181
Healing historical unresolved grief: a decolonizing methodology for Indigenous language revitalization and survival PDF
Thohahoken Michael Doxtater 97-117
Intuition and congruence: researching peace in Melanesia PDF ()
Louise Vella 72-89


ISSN: 2206-611X