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ISSN: 1861-1303

IJAR – International Journal of Action Research

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IJAR – International Journal of Action Research provides a forum for an open and non dogmatic discussion about action research, regarding both its present situation and future perspectives. This debate is open to the variety of action research concepts worldwide. The focus is on dialogues between theory and practice.

The journal is problem driven; it is centered on the notion that organizational, regional and other forms of social development should be understood as multidimensional processes and viewed from a broad socio-ecological, participative and societal perspective.

IJAR is a refereed journal and published three times a year. The editors invite contributions from academic social sciences, giving special attention to action research and action research practice, to conceptual and theoretical discussions on the changing worlds of work and society.

Editors:
Olav Eikeland (OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University), Richard Ennals (Kingston University, London, UK), Werner Fricke (Institute for Regional Cooperation, Wieren, Germany), Miren Larrea (Orkestra, Basque Institute of Competitiveness, Spain), Øyvind Pålshaugen (Work Research Institute, Oslo, Norway), Emil Sobottka (Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), Porto Alegre, Brazil), Danilo Romeu Streck (editor-in-chief, Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, São Leopoldo, Brazil)

Target Groups:
Sociologists, Work Researchers

Leaflet:
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1861-1303

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1861-9916

Volume

17. Jahrgang 2021

Frequency of publication

3 x jährlich

Scope

ca. 100 Seiten pro Heft

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Englisch

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17 x 24 cm

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action research, action research practice, action theory, organizational action research, organizational theory, social development, social theory, work, work theory

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Content

The Journal:
IJAR – International Journal of Action Research provides a forum for an open and non dogmatic discussion about action research, regarding both its present situation and future perspectives. This debate is open to the variety of action research concepts worldwide. The focus is on dialogues between theory and practice.

The journal is problem driven; it is centered on the notion that organizational, regional and other forms of social development should be understood as multidimensional processes and viewed from a broad socio-ecological, participative and societal perspective.

IJAR is a refereed journal and published three times a year. The editors invite contributions from academic social sciences, giving special attention to action research and action research practice, to conceptual and theoretical discussions on the changing worlds of work and society.

Editors:
Olav Eikeland (OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University), Richard Ennals (Kingston University, London, UK), Werner Fricke (Institute for Regional Cooperation, Wieren, Germany), Miren Larrea (Orkestra, Basque Institute of Competitiveness, Spain), Øyvind Pålshaugen (Work Research Institute, Oslo, Norway), Emil Sobottka (Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), Porto Alegre, Brazil), Danilo Romeu Streck (editor-in-chief, Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, São Leopoldo, Brazil)

Target Groups:
Sociologists, Work Researchers

Leaflet:
You can download a leaflet (PDF) of IJAR here.

Alert:
You can subscribe the IJAR alert here.

Single Articles:
Download of single articles (Open Access/fee-based): ijar.budrich-journals.com

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Additional information

Publisher

ISSN

1861-1303

eISSN

1861-9916

Volume

17. Jahrgang 2021

Frequency of publication

3 x jährlich

Scope

ca. 100 Seiten pro Heft

Language

Englisch

Format

17 x 24 cm

Homepage

https://ijar.budrich-journals.com

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Subscription Rates:
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Renewal / Termination:
Subscriptions automatically extend by one year. Please send us your written termination via post or e-mail. Period of notice is three months until the end of the year.

Online Access for Subscribers:
Individual subscribers can easily login with username and password at Budrich Journals. Institutional subscribers attain immediate online access via IP-address (no need to login). More information about the the IP activation: Information For Librarians. Or just contact us via e-mail.

Online Archives for Subscribers:
With an online-only subscription or a combined subscription print online you/your institution will get free access to the entire full-text archives of IJAR at Budrich Journals as long as the subscription is active.

Single Articles:
Download of single articles (partly in Open Access / partly fee-based): ijar.budrich-journals.com

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    IJAR 3-2020 | Free Contributions

    IJAR 3-2020 | Free Contributions Danilo R. Streck: Editorial Articles Norman Chivasa: Instituting village savings and loan associations scheme through action research in Zimbabwe Ronaldo Akiyoshi Nagai / Alvair Silveira Torres Junior: Lean Product and Process Development and Set-Based Concurrent Engineering in the Dining Industry: the experience of an American-Asian fusion restaurant Corinne Butschi / Guillermina Chabrillon / Ingeborg Hedderich: International research: challenges, limitations and conditions for success. Reflections on […]
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    IJAR 2-2020 | Free Contributions

    IJAR 2-2020 | Free Contributions Danilo Streck: Editorial Articles Håvard Aaslund / Sissel Seim: 'The Long and Winding Road’ – Collective Action Among People Experiencing Homelessness Anh Tu Nguyen: Consistency of Socio-Economic Theory of Organizations and Organizational Innovation: an Example of Customer Complaint Management Strategy Ariadna Pinto Avilez / Claudio Díaz Larenas: Enhancing English Speaking Skills through Self-Assessment-Based Action Research Dwi Bambang Putut Setiyadi / Hersulastuti: How Indonesian Junior High […]
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    IJAR 1-2020 | Free Contributions

    IJAR 1-2020 | Free Contributions Miren Estensoro / Danilo Streck: Editorial Articles Patricia Canto-Farachala / Miren Estensoro: Bridging between Action Research Communities: a Pathway to Connectivity Alfonso Torres Carrillo: Another social research is possible: from the collaboration between researchers and social movements Egoitz Pomares: Workplace Innovation Programmes: bridging research and policymaking Oscar Jara Holliday: Systematisation of Experiences: New paths to academic work in universities Bjørn Gustavsen (with introduction by Richard […]
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    IJAR 3-2019 | Free Contributions

    IJAR 3-2019 | Free Contributions Danilo R. Streck: Editorial Articles Marianne Kristiansen / Jørgen Bloch-Poulsen: Does organizational action research have a future? Norman Chivasa: A participatory approach to peacebuilding evaluation in Seke district, Zimbabwe Gunhild Bjaalid / Rune Todnem By / Bernard Burnes / Aslaug Mikkelsen / Olaug Øygaarden: From silos to inter-professional collaboration: A mixed methods case study utilizing participating action research to foster multidisciplinary teams in a day […]
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    IJAR 2-2019 | Free Contributions

    IJAR 2-2019 | Free Contributions Articles Stephen Allen / Judi Marshall: What could happen when action research meets ideas of sociomateriality? Cristiano Benites Oliveira / Emil Albert Sobottka: Participant and cooperative research within a social movement of recyclable materials collectors: Methodological reflections on a long-term political praxis Nilda Stecanela / Alessandra Chaves Zen / Fabiana Pauletti: Action Research and Teacher Education: the use of research in a classroom for the […]
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    IJAR 1-2019 | Free Contributions

    IJAR 1-2019 | Free Contributions Michal Lysek / Jörgen Palmhager / Mike Danilovic: Re-envisioning Innovation: From Vision to Strategy to Plan and Back Again Horacio Bozzano / Tomás Canevari: Scientific Agendas and Work Tables. An action research initiative in La Plata, Ensenada and Berisso, Argentina David Coghlan / Paul Coughlan / Abraham B. Shani: Exploring Doctorateness in Insider Action Research Amir Kalan /  Parisa Jafari / Mahdyar Aghajani: A Collaborative […]
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    IJAR 1-2018 | Free Contributions

    IJAR 1-2018 | Free Contributions Patricia A. Wilson / Elizabeth Walsh / Alan Bush: First Person Action Research in Complex Social Systems: three stories of praxis João Alberto Arantes do Amaral / Aurélio Hess: The Dynamics of Providing Support to Crack Cocaine Addicts in Open-Air Drug Scenes: the lessons learned by the ‘Helpers’ intervention project Vahid Rahmani Doqaruni / Behzad Ghonsooly / Reza Pishghadam: A Practical Model for Integrating Action […]
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  • IJAR 2+3-2018 | Coping with the future: Business and work in the digital age – A cross disciplinary conference. The role of action research in social transformation

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    IJAR 2+3-2018 | Coping with the future: Business and work in the digital age – A cross disciplinary conference. The role of action research in social transformation

    IJAR 2 3-2018 | Coping with the future: Business and work in the digital age – A cross disciplinary conference. The role of action research in social transformation Werner Fricke: New Challenges For Action Research Olav Eikeland: (Why) Does Ar Need to Intervene and Change Things? Danilo R. Streck: The Role of Action Research in Social Transformation: Memories and Projections Emil A. Sobottka: Participatory Research in Latin America as Political […]
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    IJAR 3-2017 | Free Contributions John Andersen / Annette Bilfeldt: Transforming welfare institutions through social innovation and action research in Denmark Satu Kalliola / Jukka Niemelä, Ossi Eskelinen: How to reconcile work and university studies – An action research case from Finland Helge Svare / Eugenia Vathakou: Field-configuring events and action research: A case study from Sparta Erika Natacha Fernandes de Andrade / Marcus Vinicius da Cunha: Action research with […]
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    IJAR 2-2017 | Free Contributions

    IJAR 2-2017 | Free Contributions Danilo R. Streck / Emil A. Sobottka / Øyvind Pålshaugen / Richard Ennals / Sabine Pfeiffer: Democracy, Work and Humanisation: Dedicated to Werner Fricke for his contribution to action research Articles Bjørn Gustavsen: Action Research and the Promotion of Democracy Stefanie Hürtgen / Stephan Voswinkel: Non-Normal Normality? Claims on Work and Life in a Contingent World of Work Peter Totterdill: Workplace Innovation as Regional Economic […]
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    IJAR 1-2017 | Free Contributions

    IJAR 1-2017 | Free Contributions Gertjan Schuiling / Hans Vermaak: Four contexts of action research: Crossing boundaries for productive interplay Joacim Rosenlund / Erik Rosell: Using dialogue arenas to manage boundaries between sectors and disciplines in environmental research projects Alboni Marisa Dudeque Pianovski Vieira: Teaching in the History of Education: a transdisciplinary perspective Nicolina Eriksson / Jan-Erik Romar / Ben Dyson: The Action Research story of a student–teacher: Change is […]
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