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IJAR – International Journal of Action Research
2-2023: Free Contributions

Editorial
Miren Larrea: Stirring the fire under the ashes of action research
Patricia Canto-Farachala / Reidun Norvoll: Guest Editorial of thematic series. YouCount: Action Research and Citizen Social Science

Contributions
Danilo R. Streck: Action Research, Democracy and (Global)Citizenship. Building bridges among traditions and practices
Maider Gorostidi-García / Arantxa Rodríguez-Berrio / Iratxe Aristegui-Fradua: Dissensus as part of dialogue in organizational change processes: a case study in an NGO
Nikolai Kunitsõn: Exploring the Transformation of Habitus: a Case Study of Forum Theatre in Estonia
Barbara Mihók / Judit Juhász / Judit Gébert: Slow science and “caring” research – the transformative power of collaborative research with hard of hearing youth (available in Open Access)

Interview
Danilo Streck / Miren Larrea: Action Researching for Transformations: Interview with Hilary Bradbury

Call for Papers
Special issue of the International Journal of Action Research

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1861-1303

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1861-9916

Jahrgang

19. Jahrgang 2023

Ausgabe

2-2023

Erscheinungsdatum

14.08.2023

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84 Seiten

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Englisch

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17 x 24 cm

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https://doi.org/10.3224/ijar.v19i2

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action research, comparative studies, consensus approach, defragmentation, democracy, Dialogue, dissensus approach, embodied knowledge, Forum Theatre, global citizenship, inclusion, learning from differences, organizational change, participatory action research, Phenomenology, relational dimension, systematization of experience, transformation of habitus

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Action Research, Democracy and (Global)Citizenship Building bridges among traditions and practices (Danilo R. Streck)
The theme of the 6th Symposium of the International Journal of Action Research invited participants to explore the role of Action Research on the edges that societies are facing today around the world.1 Among these edges, citizenship as a necessary socio-political process to the functioning of democracy is of special relevance, and in a sense connects with all the other edges, from poverty and migration to climate change. The paper is intended to be an initial exploration of how Action / Participatory Research in its different traditions implicitly or explicitly conceives its role in the promotion of citizenship. The argument is that there is an important democratising legacy sometimes lost or forgotten in favor of a more instrumental approach for organisational functioning and productivity. Listening to some selected voices from Europe and Latin America will lead to the proposal of a framework for comparative studies on the theme. Keywords: Action Research, democracy, global citizenship, comparative studies, learning from differences, systematization of experience
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Dissensus as part of dialogue in organizational change processes: a case study in an NGO (Maider Gorostidi-García, Arantxa Rodríguez-Berrio, Iratxe Aristegui-Fradua)
In this article we discuss, from the experience of action research on organizational change in an NGO, how interpreting the concept of dialogue in organizational theory has impacted the way in which it has been understood and applied in the processes of change that organizations experience. The ontological relationship that has been established between dialogue and organizational change and the interpretative frameworks used, although they have represented a great epistemological and practical breakthrough, have also limited the potential of the concept of dialogue itself by oversimplifying it. The reflective analysis allowed by action research on the case leads us to propose dissensus as an alternative: recognizing dissensus as natural in the organizational context and as an engine of real change. Understanding dialogue only as a search for consensus leads people to hide differences and not properly manage them in the process of change, because talking about organization is talking about relational and communicative patterns that highlight the influence of power, internal asymmetry and diversity in the processes of change. This complexity demands a new look on know how to read it and understand it properly without oversimplifying it. Keywords: action research, dialogue, dissensus approach, consensus approach, organizational Change
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Exploring the Transformation of Habitus: a Case Study of Forum Theatre in Estonia (Nikolai Kunitsõn)
Habitus is a key concept in Bourdieusian social analysis, which is used to explain (lack of) change in society. Bourdieu was optimistic about the possibility of change in society, but he did not provide an exact recipe for this. I will try to fill this knowledge gap by providing an empirical example of transformation of habitus. In order to achieve this aim I will utilize a Participatory Action Research method called Forum Theatre from my fieldwork with the Russophone minority in Estonia. In results, I will address the change of habitus of participants. Keywords: transformation of habitus, participatory action research, Forum Theatre
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Slow science and “caring” research – the transformative power of collaborative research with hard of hearing youths (Barbara Mihók, Judit Juhász, Judit Gébert)
In our paper we explore the transformative power of a collaborative research on our own academic perceptions and functions. We have been working with hard of hearing youths since the autumn of 2021 in Szeged (Hungary) in a social citizen science case study within the YouCount project to increase social inclusion in the city. During the process, we, authors of this paper, as senior hearing academics, identified significant aspects where our academic functions led to inner transformations. These experiences led us to recognize the overwhelming importance of relational aspects and caring, the perceived and fostered “slowness” of the research. Inclusion can be viewed as a joint and interdependent transformation of all actors involved towards the defragmentation of community. Keywords: inclusion, phenomenology, relational dimension, embodied knowledge, defragmentation
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Inhalt

Inhalt

IJAR – International Journal of Action Research
2-2023: Free Contributions

Editorial
Miren Larrea: Stirring the fire under the ashes of action research
Patricia Canto-Farachala / Reidun Norvoll: Guest Editorial of thematic series. YouCount: Action Research and Citizen Social Science

Contributions
Danilo R. Streck: Action Research, Democracy and (Global)Citizenship. Building bridges among traditions and practices
Maider Gorostidi-García / Arantxa Rodríguez-Berrio / Iratxe Aristegui-Fradua: Dissensus as part of dialogue in organizational change processes: a case study in an NGO
Nikolai Kunitsõn: Exploring the Transformation of Habitus: a Case Study of Forum Theatre in Estonia
Barbara Mihók / Judit Juhász / Judit Gébert: Slow science and “caring” research – the transformative power of collaborative research with hard of hearing youth (available in Open Access)

Interview
Danilo Streck / Miren Larrea: Action Researching for Transformations: Interview with Hilary Bradbury

Call for Papers
Special issue of the International Journal of Action Research

Download of Table of Contents / Inhaltsverzeichnis herunterladen
Extracts / Leseproben

 

Download of single articles (Open Access/fee-based): ijar.budrich-journals.com
You can register here for the IJAR alert.

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Verlag

ISSN

1861-1303

eISSN

1861-9916

Jahrgang

19. Jahrgang 2023

Ausgabe

2-2023

Erscheinungsdatum

14.08.2023

Umfang

84 Seiten

Sprache

Englisch

Format

17 x 24 cm

DOI

https://doi.org/10.3224/ijar.v19i2

Homepage

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Abstracts

Abstracts

Action Research, Democracy and (Global)Citizenship Building bridges among traditions and practices (Danilo R. Streck)
The theme of the 6th Symposium of the International Journal of Action Research invited participants to explore the role of Action Research on the edges that societies are facing today around the world.1 Among these edges, citizenship as a necessary socio-political process to the functioning of democracy is of special relevance, and in a sense connects with all the other edges, from poverty and migration to climate change. The paper is intended to be an initial exploration of how Action / Participatory Research in its different traditions implicitly or explicitly conceives its role in the promotion of citizenship. The argument is that there is an important democratising legacy sometimes lost or forgotten in favor of a more instrumental approach for organisational functioning and productivity. Listening to some selected voices from Europe and Latin America will lead to the proposal of a framework for comparative studies on the theme. Keywords: Action Research, democracy, global citizenship, comparative studies, learning from differences, systematization of experience
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

Dissensus as part of dialogue in organizational change processes: a case study in an NGO (Maider Gorostidi-García, Arantxa Rodríguez-Berrio, Iratxe Aristegui-Fradua)
In this article we discuss, from the experience of action research on organizational change in an NGO, how interpreting the concept of dialogue in organizational theory has impacted the way in which it has been understood and applied in the processes of change that organizations experience. The ontological relationship that has been established between dialogue and organizational change and the interpretative frameworks used, although they have represented a great epistemological and practical breakthrough, have also limited the potential of the concept of dialogue itself by oversimplifying it. The reflective analysis allowed by action research on the case leads us to propose dissensus as an alternative: recognizing dissensus as natural in the organizational context and as an engine of real change. Understanding dialogue only as a search for consensus leads people to hide differences and not properly manage them in the process of change, because talking about organization is talking about relational and communicative patterns that highlight the influence of power, internal asymmetry and diversity in the processes of change. This complexity demands a new look on know how to read it and understand it properly without oversimplifying it. Keywords: action research, dialogue, dissensus approach, consensus approach, organizational Change
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

Exploring the Transformation of Habitus: a Case Study of Forum Theatre in Estonia (Nikolai Kunitsõn)
Habitus is a key concept in Bourdieusian social analysis, which is used to explain (lack of) change in society. Bourdieu was optimistic about the possibility of change in society, but he did not provide an exact recipe for this. I will try to fill this knowledge gap by providing an empirical example of transformation of habitus. In order to achieve this aim I will utilize a Participatory Action Research method called Forum Theatre from my fieldwork with the Russophone minority in Estonia. In results, I will address the change of habitus of participants. Keywords: transformation of habitus, participatory action research, Forum Theatre
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

Slow science and “caring” research – the transformative power of collaborative research with hard of hearing youths (Barbara Mihók, Judit Juhász, Judit Gébert)
In our paper we explore the transformative power of a collaborative research on our own academic perceptions and functions. We have been working with hard of hearing youths since the autumn of 2021 in Szeged (Hungary) in a social citizen science case study within the YouCount project to increase social inclusion in the city. During the process, we, authors of this paper, as senior hearing academics, identified significant aspects where our academic functions led to inner transformations. These experiences led us to recognize the overwhelming importance of relational aspects and caring, the perceived and fostered “slowness” of the research. Inclusion can be viewed as a joint and interdependent transformation of all actors involved towards the defragmentation of community. Keywords: inclusion, phenomenology, relational dimension, embodied knowledge, defragmentation
» Download Single Contribution Free of Charge (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kostenlos herunterladen (Budrich Journals)

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