Papers and Chapters by Peter Reason
Director and Director of Studies, Postgraduate Programme in Action Research
Artigo incluído na 2ª Ed. do “The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research” e que consta nas referências bibliográficas, para IA, no livro de Natércio Afonso – Investigação Naturalista em Educação.
Three approaches to participative inquiry. In N. K. Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln (Eds.), Handbook of Qualitative Research (pp. 324-339). Thousand Oaks: Sage. (1994 – 2ª ed.). (A 3ª, que possuo, não tem este artigo…)
E… mais estes:
Learning and Change through action research. In J. Henry (Ed.), Creative Management. London: Sage Publications (2001)
Action Research: Forming communicative space for many ways of knowing. Response to Md. Anisur Rahman International Workshop on Participatory Action Research Dhaka, March 2004-03-27 (pdf version)
Action Research and the Single Case: a response to Bjørn Gustavsen (2004) Concepts and Transformation, 8(3), 281-294
Pragmatist Philosophy and Action Research: Readings and conversation with Richard Rorty. Action Research, 1(1), 103-123. (2003)
Brief Notes on the Theory and Practice of Action Research (with Kate McArdle) In Understanding Research Methods for Social Policy and Practice. Saul Becker and Alan Bryman (eds) Bristol: The Polity Press. (2004)
Quality in research as ‘taking an attitude of inquiry’. Judi Marshall and Peter Reason. (2007) Management Research News Special Issue on Action Research
Choice and Quality in Action Research Practice. (2006). Journal of Management Inquiry, 15(2), 187-203. (developed from Keynote Address, World Congress of Participatory Action Research, Pretoria, South Africa, September 2003)
Living as Part of the Whole: the implications of participation (2005). Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2(2), 35-41.
Action Research and Organization Development. McArdle, K. L., & Reason, P. (forthcoming 2006). In T. Cummings (Ed.), Handbook of Organization Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.