Critical Communicative Methodology: Informing Real Social Transformation Through Research

  title={Critical Communicative Methodology: Informing Real Social Transformation Through Research},
  author={Aitor G{\'o}mez and L{\'i}dia Puigvert and Ram{\'o}n Flecha},
  journal={Qualitative Inquiry},
  pages={235 - 245}
The critical communicative methodology (CCM) is a methodological response to the dialogic turn of societies and sciences that has already had an important impact in transforming situations of inequality and exclusion. Research conducted with the CCM implies continuous and egalitarian dialogue among researchers and the people involved in the communities and realities being studied. To this dialogue, researchers bring existing scientific knowledge, and the researched subjects contribute knowledge… 

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