Action research through a European perspective—based on Scandinavian and Italian traditions

AI and Society 18 (2):87-99 (2004)

Abstract

Historically, the Italian and Scandinavian institutionalisation of action research has developed along different tracks. The question is, if there are any promising prospects to combine different action research experiences and methodologies across European regions? Alternatively, should we conclude that action research is mainly a local activity firmly rooted in a special culture in the different European countries?

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