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In this article, we explore our own discomfort with naming our research studies participatory action research – at least during the initial stages of our work – and highlight several practices that we believe serve to create greater researcher reflexivity. Drawing upon two different research studies, we share three “lessons from practice” generated from an analysis of our fieldnotes and a series of interactive interviews. The lessons illustrate how we have come to name and un-name our research “participatory.” We offer suggestions for other researchers committed to engaging in participatory action research.
Participatory Action Research, Action Research, InteractiveInterviewing
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Koo, S., & Lester, J. N. (2014). Naming and Un-Naming a Research Study "Participatory". The Qualitative Report, 19(23), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2014.1221
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