I review the 2012 book, Research and Social Change: A Relational Constructionist Approach, by Sheila McNamee and Dian Marie Hosking concentrating on two ideas critical to constructionist inquiry. I emphasize and discuss “everyday-ness” (p. 4) in relation to studying one’s own practice as well as the notion of “engaged unfolding” (p. 45) in relation to methodological decision-making.
Social Constructionism, Research as Daily Practice, Constructionist Inquiry, Relational Inquiry, Social Change
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St. George, S. (2014). Research within Our Everyday Reach: A Review ofResearch and Social Change: A Relational Constructionist Approach. The Qualitative Report, 19(25), 1-4. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol19/iss25/3