Participatory Action Research
Ethics and Decolonization
Reviews and Awards
"Every now and then, a book comes along which is full of such sheer practical wisdom, determination and meticulous scholarship that it takes your breath away and has you shouting sentences aloud in affirmation." -- Professor Alison Phipps, UNESCO Chair for Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts, University of Glasgow
"An unflinching exploration of the joys and messy challenges of engaging in participatory action research that will compel novice and more seasoned researchers alike to critically assess both their practices and their promises." -- Associate Professor Susan Cox, University of British Columbia.
"This accessible book engages with often opaque elements of participatory research. Through highly accessible writing and reflective vignettes, it encourages us to reflect on how to decolonize and sensitize collective research practice. It should be on all research methods course lists!" -- Professor Sara Kindon, Te Herenga Waka, Victoria University of Wellington