Algunas notas sobre investigación-acción como auto-narrativa

Daniel Johnson-Mardones

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La Investigación-Acción, como otros enfoques teórico-metodológicos, ha sido influida por el llamado giro narrativo. La autonarrativa parece ser una consecuencia lógica de un proceso que enfatiza la experiencia de la experiencia de la investigación tanto por el participante como por el investigador. La auto-narración del aprendizaje del investigador, la experiencia del investigador y el cambio del investigador, elementos autoreflexivos característicos de la Investigación-Acción. El presente trabajo se centra en el tratamiento de la Investigación-Acción como una forma de investigación narrativa, y específicamente como una forma de auto-narrativa o self-narrative. El trabajo se concentra principalmente en lo publicado en el contexto
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Investigación-Acción; Autonarrativa; Investigación Narrativa; Giro Narrativo

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