Action Research: All About I

Not all academics write all their papers using the academic “we”. Here is one of those exceptional cases:

Living Systemic Thinking: Exploring Quality in First-Person Action Research,” Judi Marshall [pictured here], Action Research, September 2004 vol. 2 no. 3, pp. 305-325. The author, at the University of Bath, UK, explains:

“I track a story of inquiry through several phases, including gaining feedback from others about my behaviour. I identify quality issues in first-person action research, also called self reflective inquiry, as I proceed.”