A Participatory Inquiry Paradigm

@article{Heron1997API,
  title={A Participatory Inquiry Paradigm},
  author={J. Heron and P. Reason},
  journal={Qualitative Inquiry},
  year={1997},
  volume={3},
  pages={274 - 294}
}
This article starts with a critique of Guba and Lincoln's outline of competing paradigms for research, in particular arguing that the constructivist position fails to account for experiential knowing. The arguments for a participatory worldview are articulated based on a subjective-objective ontology; an extended epistemology of experiential, presentational, propositional, and practical ways of knowing; a methodology based on cooperative relations between coresearchers; and an axiology that… Expand
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