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Well structured, clearly written and accessible. I highly recommend it for anyone who plans to enhance their professional practice through action research.
This is an empowering, practical, accessible book, embedded in a deeply humane understanding of research. It shows how and why practice is integral to a healthy, thinking world. It opens doors and enables you to turn lived experience into liberating professional enquiry.
For anyone interested in action research, irrespective of experience and expertise, this text, explaining the origins, forms, process, problems and functions of action research, and how these relate to position and role of action researcher, should be essential reading.
At a time when academic 'experts' are increasingly setting practice agendas, this scholarly but deeply practical book helps practitioners to reclaim ownership of their professions.
Jean McNiff is an inspiration. Imbued by her values, she takes the ‘mystique’ out of action research and provides an accessible, practical and useful step by step guide to doing action research for novices and experts alike. This book will support action researchers to live by their values and produce robust accounts of their research. I look forward to recommending it as a ‘must read’ to my fellow action researchers.
Jean McNiff is the expert on Action Research and her work is widely used in teacher training. The book brings her writings up to date and covers a wide base of what it is, how to start and how to produce your report.
Excellent book and it is insightful and informative for my students.
A practical approach to understanding action research, I would recommend this book for any student interested in research and professional inquiry.
A good read on action research. Provides in depth guidance to any researcher pursuing action research.
A useful text that guides the reader through the practicalities and complexities of the action research process / cycle in an effective step-by-step method. Particularly useful to doctoral students embarking on this type of research method for the first time.
I do not receive the book for the reading, so I could not provide a reason.
This book will inspire, support and enable your students to successfully use Action Research. Outstanding - it truly is 'All You Need to Know'.
Links well to course content