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In from the Cold? Reflections on Participatory Research from 1970-2005

Hall, Budd L

Convergence, 2005, Vol.38(1), p.5 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    In from the Cold? Reflections on Participatory Research from 1970-2005
  • Autor: Hall, Budd L
  • Assuntos: Research Methodology ; Foreign Countries ; Participatory Research ; Action Research ; Adult Education ; Educational History ; Interdisciplinary Approach ; Group Behavior ; Social Change ; Transformative Learning ; Epistemology ; Tanzania ; Education
  • É parte de: Convergence, 2005, Vol.38(1), p.5
  • Descrição: Participatory research (PR) is a term that was first articulated in Tanzania in the early 1970s to describe a variety of community-based approaches to the creation of knowledge. Taken together these approaches combine social investigation, education and action in an interrelated process. The International Council for Adult Education provided a home in 1976 for what became the International Participatory Research Network, the means by which the ideas and practices of PR became more widely visible. PR was a concept that, unlike most contemporary research paradigms, originated in the majority world. It originated in the rapidly expanding networks of non-governmental organisations in the 1980s and 1990s. It has been the research approach of choice in many of the social movement interventions of the past 20 years. PR and its sister concept participatory action research (PAR) have in the past 15 years been taken up in many universities around the world, both as a teaching subject and...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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