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What Is The 'Good' of Bridget Somekh? A Celebration Of And Critical Reflection On A Career As An Action Researcher
This article explores the significance of Bridget Somekh‘s work for methodology, professional practice and for what may be called the 'project' of action research as the development of 'communities of research-practitioners' who in some way seek to 'improve' the quality of their action within their workplace. In many ways her 'project' has been, and still is, the project of embedding action research into professional practice at all levels, from day-to-day interactions in schools and communities to policy-making. The 'good' of Bridget Somekh that emerges from this discussion is precisely the project of getting people's voices heard as they combine in action to make a real difference in their workplaces, communities or at policy level.
Updated: Jun. 23, 2010