First person action research refers to an approach to research undertaken by researchers as an inquiry into their own actions, giving conscious attention to their intentions, strategies and behaviour and the effects of their action on themselves and their situation. It is distinguished from second person action research, which refers to research practices usually undertaken in ...

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