Critical Participatory Action Research

Participants in Critical Participatory Action Research (CPAR) study their own individual and collective social practices to identify how these practices may be irrational, unsustainable or unjust for those involved in and affected by them. If participants discover untoward social practices or consequences, they work to avoid or overcome what is untoward about them. To conduct CPAR, ...

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