Action inquiry represents a wide field of action-oriented research alternatives. It emphasizes how action and inquiry constantly interweave with one another in social life and in social science. Its fundamental claim is that increased moment-by-moment awareness of the interconnectedness between action and inquiry can gradually develop the capacity of actor-researchers to generate timely action with others in the context of complex environments. Its social scientific claim is that intentional integration of multiple alternative approaches to inquiry (characterized by 27 flavors, three types ...
Collaborative Developmental Action Inquiry