|Title: ||'Voice', young people and action research|
|Citation: ||Educational Action Research, 9 (3): 485-502|
|Journal: ||Educational Action Research|
|Issue Date: ||2001 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content?content=10.1080/09650790100200165|
|Abstract: ||This article moves from an overview of what is meant by the term 'voice' to discussing the significance of its links with action research. It does this through using a simple typology of three types of voice: Authoritative, Critical and Therapeutic. Each type of voice represents a different process of articulation and intended outcome. It then moves on to consider 'voice' and the collaboration of young people in educational action research by unpicking a series of four assumptions which delineate major theoretical and practical possibilities and limitations. These assumptions provide a critique of the underpinning ideologies held by professionals when supporting and listening to young people|
|Keywords: ||Voice type|
|Appears in Collections: ||Professional and Adult Learning|
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