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Mosavarzadeh, Marzieh; Mahlouji, Sholeh; Moussavi, Yasaman; Sarreshtehdari, Elmira – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2022
This paper unfolds the artful and pedagogical potentials of engaging in a simultaneous practice of walking and artmaking in different locations, along bodies of water, and together-apart. Through introducing the term co-living inquiry as a thread between action research and a/r/tography, we suggest how the notion of walking with as both action and…
Descriptors: Physical Activities, Natural Resources, Water, Art Education
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Armos, Nicole; Chasse, Callista; Fels, Lynn; Grindlay, Marlies – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2022
Our research project explores mentorship in four studies located in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and online. We questioned how and if performing mentorship in communal spaces created online could nurture and facilitate the levels of trust, vulnerability, security, and support we had experienced through in-person mentorship. We share the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mentors, Computer Mediated Communication, Trust (Psychology)
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Baker, Sarita; Lin, Ching-Chiu – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2022
Many Canadian immigrant seniors living independently in Canada face unique challenges such as language barriers, adjusting to a new culture, and isolation from friends and family. Within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic these issues have become more complicated. This article explores a form of arts-based research (ABR) as an inquiry into ways…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Older Adults, Immigrants, Action Research
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Ibáñez-Carrasco, Francisco; Terpstra, Alex; Rourke, Sean; Yamamoto, Aiko; Carusone, Soo Chan; Boltzer-Turje, Rosalind; McDougall, Patrick; Medina, Claudia; O'Brien, Kelly; Worthington, Catherine – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2018
About 50% of people living with HIV will develop HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder (HAND) during their lifetime, and we know that cognitive issues are a concern for people living with HIV. However, limited information exists regarding how HAND is managed and coped with, or how cognitive issues are discussed with others, including health care…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Neurological Impairments, Experience