What do we know? Action research principles - Coggle Diagram
What do we know?
Action research principles
In 1965, focusing on linguistic analysis, Noam Chomsky explained that research can operate at three levels of adequacy: observational, descriptive, and explanatory.
Levels of adequacy:
When you ara able to research in your own form, you can support your own ideas
Action research is the particular way to understand and learn
Action research involves:
Action research always involve process
In the linguistics of the sixties, the dominant research methodology was behaviorist.
The struggle for action research as a living practice
Action research an interpretive approach a critical theory and a living theory.
Action research for explanatory adequacy
Action research is a form of collective self-reflective inquiry carried out by participants
Future directions in action research
These topics are important for future developments. Active researchers need to show their collective intention to live the values that inform their work.
Aspects of research
It's a procces to reflection
Generate evidence to support the ideas
Methodology: How we do the things
Epistemology: How we understand de knowledge
Ontology: The way we view ourselves
How do research come to know
Action research see all the knowledge that we have and how we understand the new knwoledge
Also this method lives in our normal day into the practice and experience
The research let us make our own choise to learnd and win experience
The methodological born of the following questions.
How do I do this better?
How do we understand?
The idea it's reflect and improve our knowledge and skills
Tries to research all the views points
It's a research that follow an order, start in the beginning of the world.
Tries to find a solution that all the people accepts
The ontologial research liven in the society