Situating Action Research: A Response to Gilboure

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Lynne Evans University of Wales Institute, Cardiff

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Lew Hardy University of Wales, Bangor

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This brief paper is intended to develop the epistemological and methodological discussion stimulated in the last edition of this journal. In the journal, our paper, “Intervention Strategies with Injured Athletes: An Action Research Study,” was published in the Professional Practice section alongside a response from David Gilbourne, “Searching for the Nature of Action Research: A Response to Evans, Hardy and Fleming” (unless otherwise indicated, citations of Gilbourne’s work in the present paper are from this source). In his critique of our paper, Gilboume addressed a set of themes and issues relating to the fundamental under-pinning principles of action research.

Lynne Evans is with the School of Sport, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, CF23 6XD, UK; Lew Hardy is with the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences, University of Wales, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG, UK; Scott Fleming is with the School of Sport, Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education, Cheltenham, GL50 4AZ, UK.

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