The author, who is concerned with the methodological implications of critical theory, explores issues in the developing area of emancipatory research. She defines the concept of "research as praxis," examines it in the context of social science research, and discusses examples of empirical research designed to advance emancipatory knowledge. The primary objective of this essay is to help researchers involve the researched in a democratized process of inquiry characterized by negotiation, reciprocity, empowerment — research as praxis.
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Research as Praxis
Harvard Educational Review (1986) 56 (3): 257–278.
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Patti Lather; Research as Praxis. Harvard Educational Review 1 September 1986; 56 (3): 257–278. doi: https://doi.org/10.17763/haer.56.3.bj2h231877069482
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