Sensing the Social Field through Action Research: What’s Important, What’s Valid
A Commentary on Pomeroy, et al, “Exploring Action Research from a Social Field Perspective”
Keywords:(relational) action research, collective embodied knowing, post positivist methodologies, assessing validity
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