Action Research for Sustainable Development in a Turbulent World
Emerald Group Publishing, 2012 - Social Science - 234 pages
In this volume, eight long-time action researchers reflect on their rich experience of ALAR congresses and conferences, on their practical and theoretical work, and on their stories and conclusions at the end of two decades.
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