Program - Day 2

Time Day 2 - Tuesday
8.00am - 9.00am Registrations
9.00am - 10.00am Key Note Speaker: Prof Bud Hall
10.00am - 10.40am Plenary: Global Networking for Local Action: Building the Movement
10.30am - 11.00am Morning Tea
11.00am - 12.30pm
Decolonising Praxis
2.1.1.DEC.1 Natali Pech-Jimenez et al Analyzing the past, understanding the present and building the future. Gems amid the rocks, an experience in Mexico. Standard paper
2.1.1.DEC.2 Ian Hamilton A Method of Sharing Indigenous Narratives. Standard paper
2.1.1.DEC.3 Digna Lipa-od Adonis Indigenous research methodology as a participatory research practice. Standard paper
11.00am - 12.30pm
Education and Learning
2.1.2.EDU.1 Prof Bob Pease Interrogating Privileged Subjectivities: Tensions and Dilemmas in Writing Personal Accounts of Privilege. Standard paper
2.1.2.EDU.2 Dr John Rapano Surfacing learning's about power in the university and the community in a doctoral student’s study of action research. Standard paper
2.1.2.EDU.3 Dr Ruth Kiraka Teaching by the Case Method: Using Action Research to Enhance Student Participation. Standard paper
2.1.2.EDU.4 Margaret Roche Raising the level of morale in primary school head teachers through a teacher enhancement programme and consequent school transformation in three key management areas. Standard paper
2.1.2.EDU.5 Dr Ernie Stringer/Ruth Beadle Going With the Flow: Power and Relationships in Action and Research. Standard paper
2.1.2.EDU.6 Dr Kazuyoshi Sato Collaborative Action Research and Action Learning. Catalytic Paper
11.00am - 12.30pm
Feminist PAR
2.1.3.FEM.1 Assoc Prof Doris Santos (Participatory) Action Research: Struggling between the ‘social realm’ and the ‘political realm’. Catalytic Paper
2.1.3.FEM.2 Dr Claudia Gillberg A Methodological Interpretation of Feminist Pragmatism: feminist action research and some of its principles. Catalytic Paper
2.1.3.FEM.3 Dr Pauline Chan Women, Power and Action Research. Catalytic Paper
11.00am - 12.30pm
Health and Wellbeing
2.1.4.HEA.1 Prof Isabel Higgins et al PAR and the prevention of delirium in older people in the acute care setting: Outcomes and meaning of participation. Catalytic Paper
2.1.4.HEA.2 Zada Pajalic/Lena Persson Using story dialogue method, inspired by the PAR approach, to identify and develop problem areas in food distribution to elderly people living at home in five municipalities in Sweden. Standard Paper
2.1.4.HEA.3 Dr Gail Paasse Working together as a catalyst for change: The development of a peer mentoring model for chronic disease prevention in Australian Indigenous communities. Catalytic Paper
11.00am - 12.30pm
Social Ecology
2.1.6.SEC.1 Dr Emma Yuen Social Learning in Vulnerability Assessments: The role of double loop learning in helping communities adapt to Climate change. Standard Paper
2.1.6.SEC.2 Sonya Love et al Supporting Integration: Knowledge co-development in a large multidisciplinary research project in Victoria’s Goulburn-Broken catchment. Standard Paper
2.1.6.SEC.3 Karen Caister Not everything that counts can be counted: grounding ethnographic enquiry in participatory agronomy. Standard Paper
11.00am - 12.30pm
Systems/Business/Organisational Development
2.1.7.SYS.1 David Rees et al Using cognitive mapping and qualitative system dynamics to explore expert views on the requirements for successful implementation of chronic care management programmes. Standard paper
2.1.7.SYS.2 Stella Avramapoulos Social sustainability and the sustainability of organisations that support communities: challenges and approaches. Workshop
12.30pm - 1.30pm Lunch/Book Launch
1.30pm - 2.30pm Key Note Speaker: Prof Linda Tuhiwai Smith
2.30pm - 3.00pm Breathing Space
3.00pm - 3.30pm Afternoon Tea
3.30pm - 5.30pm
Decolonising Praxis
2.2.1.DEC.1 Michelle Redman-MacLaren/D. MacLaren Paradox in the Pacific: critical reflection of participatory action research methods. Catalytic Paper
2.2.1.DEC.2 Dr Karen Adams You can only know your own story: the precarious position of the action researcher: Part One. Workshop
3.30pm - 5.30pm
Education and Learning
2.2.2.EDU.1 Dr Elizabeth Wood PAR Goes to School – A Faculty of Education and the Personal, Political, and Institutional Fault Lines in the Sandbox. Standard paper
2.2.2.EDU.2 Ernie Stringer/Sheila Baldwin The Double Helix: Action Research and Action Learning in Classrooms. Standard Paper
2.2.2.EDU.3 Namrata Jaitli Teaching by the Case Method: Using Action Research to Enhance Student Participation. Standard paper
2.2.2.EDU.5 Vasudha Kamat/Hemangi Wadwalker Effectiveness of ‘blogging in learning’ in higher education. Standard paper
2.2.2.EDU.6 Dr Ina Louw Using technology as a pertner to encourage action learning in class. Standard paper
3.30pm - 5.30pm
Health and Wellbeing
2.2.4.HEA.1 Dr Pauline Osterhoff Action research with HIV-positive women and state service providers in Northern Vietnam. Standard Paper
2.2.4.HEA.2 Juraporn Tangpukdee The impact of HIV/AIDS: A participatory action research study to explore what can be done to assist Thai families when children are orphaned. Standard Paper
2.2.4.HEA.3 Nina Pangiau et al Using PAR to explore how to improve maternal health in PNG. Standard Paper
2.2.4.HEA.4 Dr Karen Crinall et al Power of Pyjamas. Standard Paper
3.30pm - 5.30pm
International Community Development
2.2.5.ICD.1 Kate Murray So Now What? Collaborative Learning through Dialogical Praxis and Resisting the 2010 Olympics: Learning within the Praxis of Activism. Workshop
2.2.5.ICD.2 Dr David McKie/Tony Richardson Raiders of the lost arts: Provocation one. Catalytic Paper
2.2.5.ICD.3 Karla Egle Atoche Rodriguez/Dr Maria Teresa Castillo-Burguete You’re labor that helps… with no need for pay. Qualitative researcher insertion and accompaniment in community life. Standard Paper
3.30pm - 5.30pm
Social Ecology
2.2.6.SEC.1 Dr Susan Goff Action Research theories of practice in Action: a hypothetical. Catalytic Paper
2.2.6.SEC.3 Jason Tuazon-McCheyne Two dads: Gay male parenting and its politicisation - a co-operative inquiry action research study. Standard Paper
3.30pm - 5.30pm
Systems/Business/Organisational Development
2.2.7.SYS.1 Assoc Prof David Coghlan/Assoc Prof Paul Coughlan Understanding Learning and Advancing Knowledge through Network Action Learning. Standard Paper
2.2.7.SYS.2 Lincoln Wood Effective horizontal coordination in coopetitive clusters: developing the required attributes for supply chain management. Standard Paper
3.30pm - 5.30pm
Generic
2.3.8.GENERIC.1 Dr Mary Brydon-Miller 35 years of AL & AR in Austria: An intellectual, practical and personal challenge. Standard Paper
5.30pm - 6.30pm Reflections on four keynote themes and streams
6.30pm - 7.30pm Future Directions for ALARA: Serving members or the world at large? An open space workshop - all registrants welcome.
7.30pm - 8.30pm Feminist Action Research
7.30pm - 8.30pm Ad hoc meetings/special interest groups/journal boards