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Madison Ardizzi, Brian Wilson, Lyndsay Hayhurst, and Janet Otte

to and within communities have increased community and economic participation, there are still privileged groups that maintain a position of power “over others through social negotiations, making development a key site of political practice and critical inquiry” ( Darnell, 2010 , p. 57). Finally

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James E. Johnson, Chrysostomos Giannoulakis, and Beau F. Scott

critical theorist employs the role of investigator and facilitator, implying the inquirer understands a priori what transformations are needed” ( Guba & Lincoln, 1994 , p. 113). Furthermore, the nature of knowledge in critical inquiry consists of a series of structural and historical insights that will be

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Joshua I. Newman, Grace Yan, Hanhan Xue, and Nicholas M. Watanabe

society made durable . The Sociological Review, 38 ( 1 ), 103 – 131 . doi: 10.1111/j.1467-954X.1990.tb03350.x Latour , B. ( 2004 ). Why has critique run out of steam? From matters of fact to matters of concern . Critical Inquiry, 30 ( 2 ), 225 – 248 . doi: 10.1086/421123 Lee , C.K. ( 2002

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Beth G. Clarkson, Elwyn Cox, and Richard C. Thelwell

Assumptions Critical inquiry underpinned this study: we hold that ideas are mediated by power relations in society, certain groups are privileged over others, and that researchers are responsible for a critical stance towards the culture they are exploring (see Smith & Sparkes, 2016 ). In line with this

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David Ekholm

.1177/053901847101000201 Foucault , M. ( 1980 ). Truth and power . In C. Gordon (Ed.), Power/knowledge (pp.  109 – 133 ). Harlow, UK : Harvester Press Limited . Foucault , M. ( 1982 ). The subject and power . Critical Inquiry, 8 ( 4 ), 777 – 795 . doi:10.1086/448181 10.1086/448181 Foucault , M. ( 2010 ). The

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Lauren Downham and Christopher Cushion

yourself . . . . So that then takes away judgment, so “this is what is happening for me when I am listening to your problem.” Rebecca: If I apply a lens to myself around being better it would be an inquiry lens, full stop no judgment . . . . If I speak to people about self-inquiry [instead of critical

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Adam J. Nichol, Philip R. Hayes, Will Vickery, Emma Boocock, Paul Potrac, and Edward T. Hall

autonomy-supportive/empowering coaching practices, and constrained athlete learning and decision making with highly structured, coach-led approaches. Indeed, further examining the occurrences and consequences of ambiguous experience in the learning process remains a fruitful area for critical inquiry. In

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Aarti Ratna

Issues, 28 ( 2 ), 115 – 135 . doi:10.1177/0193723504264411 10.1177/0193723504264411 Spivak , G.C. ( 1985 ). Three women’s text and a critique of imperialism . Critical Inquiry, 12 ( 1 ), 243 – 261 . doi:10.1086/448328 10.1086/448328 Spivak , G.C. ( 1988 ). Can the subaltern speak? In C