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Action Research for Strategic Organizing

Description:
Action research is a systematic form of inquiry that is collaborative, self-reflective, critical, and undertaken as a partnership between researchers and participants. Sometimes called "practitioners research," action research is a reflective investigation of a problem or challenge that results in proposals for action. The process begins with the development of questions, which may be answered by the collection of data. Action implies that the practitioner will be acting as the collector of data, the analyst, and the interpreter of results. In this course, students will learn the purposes, theories and methods of action research for strategic organizing and they will conduct and action research project.

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