Action Research in Practice: Partnership for Social Justice in Education

By Bill Atweh; Stephen Kemmis et al. | Go to book overview

ACTION RESEARCH IN PRACTICE

Partnerships for Social Justice in Education

Edited by Bill Atweh, Stephen Kemmis and Patricia Weeks

London and New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xix
  • Part 1 - The Project 1
  • 1 - Parapet 3
  • Part 2 - Common Themes 19
  • 2 - Participatory Action Research and the Study of Practice 21
  • 3 - Research Partnerships 37
  • References 46
  • 4 - Some Thoughts on Contemporary Theories of Social Justice 47
  • Part 3 - Partners in Change 57
  • 5 - Parents as Partners for Educational Change 59
  • References 84
  • 6 - Bridges and Broken Fingernails 86
  • References 113
  • 7 - Students as Action Researchers 114
  • Part 4 - Partners Supporting Schools Change 139
  • 8 - A Journey into a Learning Partnership 141
  • 9 - Change in Schools 163
  • References 188
  • 10 - Action Research for Professional Development on Gender Issues 189
  • 11 - Collaborative Action Research 212
  • Note 237
  • Part 5 - Partnerships Within the University 239
  • 12 - Action Research as Reflective Collaboration 241
  • 13 - Occasional Visits to the Kingdom 250
  • 14 - A Pathway for Postgraduate Teaching 280
  • 15 - Academic Growth Through Action Research 302
  • Postscript - Postscript 327
  • 16 - Collaborative Writing in Participatory Action Research 329
  • References 341
  • Name Index 342
  • Subject Index 347
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