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Ackerly, Brooke A., and Jacqui True (2019). Doing feminist research in political and social science. Bloomsbury Publishing.

Adriany, Vina, Hani Yulindrasari, and Raden Safrina (2021). Doing feminist participatory action research for disrupting traditional gender discourses with Indonesian Muslim kindergarten teachers. Action Research : 14767503211044007.

Akom, Antwi A.A. (2011.) Black emancipatory action research: integrating a theory of structural racialisation into ethnographic and participatory action research methods. Ethnography and Education 6 (1): 113-131.

Andajani, Sari, and Sharyn Graham Davies (2020). From drawings to puppet shows: Creating a collective space for HIV-Positive women: Learning from feminist-participatory Action Research." In 2nd Sriwijaya International Conference of Public Health (SICPH 2019), pp. 245-255. Atlantis Press. 

Apgar, J. Marina, Will Allen, Joelle Albert, Boru Douthwaite, Rodrigo Paz Ybarnegaray, and Jeston Lunda (2017). Getting beneath the surface in program planning, monitoring and evaluation: Learning from use of participatory action research and theory of change in the CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems. Action Research 15, no. 1: 15-34.

Arthur, Brittany and Guy, Batshiva (2020). ‘No, I’m not the secretary’: Using participatory methods to explore women engineering students’ experiences on co-op. International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning, 21(3): 211–222.

Askins, Kye. (2018). Feminist geographies and participatory action research: co-producing narratives with people and place. Gender, Place & Culture 25, no. 9: 1277-1294.

Balogun-Mwangi, Oyenike, Atsushi Matsumoto, Mary Ballou, Lee Faver, and Irina Todorova. (2016). Women's pain, women's voices: Using the feminist ecological model and a participatory action research approach in developing a group curriculum for chronic pain." Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research 11, no. 1 

Batliwala, Srilatha. (1994). The meaning of women’s empowerment: New concepts from action. In Gita Sen, A Germain, & LC Chen (Eds). Population policies reconsidered: Health, empowerment and rights.Boston: Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies.

Batliwala, Srilatha. (2003). Bridging divides for social change: Practice-research interactions in South Asia. Organization10(3), 595–615. https://doi.org/10.1177/13505084030103019

Batliwala, Srilatha. (2007). Taking the power out of empowerment–an experiential account. Development in practice 17, no. 4-5: 557-565.

Batliwala, Srilatha, and Sheela Patel. (1997). A census as participatory research.  Participatory action research : 263-277.

Barazangi, Nimat (2004). Understanding Muslim's women's self-identity and resistance to feminism and participatory action research. In Mary Brydon-Miller, Patricia Maguire, and Alice McIntyre  (Eds.) Traveling companions: Feminism, teaching, and action research. pp. 21-40. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Barndt, Deborah (1991). To change this house: Popular education under the Sandinistas. Toronto: Between the Lines and the Jesuit Centre and the Doris Marshall Institute for Education and Action. Spanish edition 1995.

Barndt, Deborah (Ed.) (1999). Women working the NAFTA food chain: Women, food, and globalization. Toronto: Sumach Press.

Barndt, Deborah (2001) On the move for food: Three women behind the tomato's journey. Women's Studies Quarterly 29, no.1-2, pp.  131-143.

Barndt, Deborah (2004). By whom and for whom? Intersections of participatory research and community arts. In A. Cole, L. Neilsen, J.G. Knowles, T. Luciani (Eds.). Provoked by art: Theorizing arts-informed Inquiry. Toronto, OISA: Backalong Books and Centre for Arts-Informed Research.

Barndt, Deborah (2008). Touching minds AND hearts: Community arts as collaborative research. pp. 351-362.  In J. Gary Knowles and Ardra L. Cole (Eds.) Handbook of the arts in qualitative research; Perspectives, methodologies, examples, and issues. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Barndt, Deborah (2008). Tangled routes: Women, work, and globalization on the tomato trail. Rowman & Littlefield.

Barndt, Deborah and Laura Reinsborough (2010).  Decolonizing art, education and research in the VIVA! Project. In L. Davis (Ed.) Alliances: Re/Envisioning relationships between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Peoples. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Barndt, Deborah (2012) Remapping the Americas: A transnational engagement with creative tensions of community arts. pp 166-191. In Amanda Lock Swarr  and Richa Nagar (Eds). Critical transnational feminist praxis. SUNY Press.

Barndt, Deborah (2014). Shooting back: Photo voice in action research.  In David Coghlan and Mary Brydon-Miller (Eds.).  Encyclopedia of Action Research. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Beatriz, Elizabeth D., Alisa K. Lincoln, Jess Alder, Nicole Daley, Felicia Simmons, Karibe Ibeh, Crystal Figueroa, and Beth E. Molnar. (2018). Evaluation of a teen dating violence prevention intervention among urban middle-school youth using youth participatory action research: Lessons learned from Start Strong Boston. Journal of Family Violence 33 (2018): 563-578.

Beckman, Linda J. (2014). Training in feminist research methodology: Doing research on the margins. Women & Therapy 37, no. 1-2: 164-177.

Berge, Britt-Marie (2001). Action research for gender equity in a late modern society. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 5 (2/3): 281-92.

Berge, Britt-Marie and H. Ve (2000). Action research for gender equity. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Bhuyan, Rupaleem, Flavia Genovese, Rachel Mehl, and Bethany J. Osborne (2014). Building solidarity through collective consciousness in feminist participatory action research. In Feminisms in Social Work Research, pp. 223-239. Routledge. 

Blodgett, Amy T., Robert J. Schinke, Duke Peltier, Leslee A. Fisher, Jack Watson, and Mary Jo Wabano. (2011) May the circle be unbroken: The research recommendations of Aboriginal community members engaged in participatory action research with university academics. Journal of sport and social issues 35, no. 3: 264-283.

Boontinand, Jan (2017). Feminist participatory action research in the Mekong region. In Jan Boontinand(Ed).Trafficking and Prostitution Reconsidered, pp. 175-196. Routledge.

Botha, Carolina S., and Johnnie Hay. (2016). Narratives of adolescent girls journeying via feminist participatory action research through the aftermath of divorce." Africa Education Review 13, no. 2: 165-180.

Boudin, Kathy; Judith Clark; Michelle Fine; Elizabeth Isaacs; Michelle Daniel Jones; Melissa Mahabir; Kate Mogulescu; Anisah Sabur-Mumin; Patrice Smith; Monica Szlekovics; María Elena Torre; Sharon White-Harrigan; Cheryl Wilkins. (2022). Movement-Based Participatory Inquiry: The Multi-Voiced Story of the Survivors Justice Project. Social Sciences 11, no. 3: 129.

Bowes, Alison M. (1996). Evaluating an empowering research strategy: Reflections on action-research with South Asian Women, Sociological Research Online, vol. 1, no. 1, http://www.socresonline.org.uk/1/1/1.html

Brabeck, Kalina (2004). Testimonio: Bridging feminist and participatory action research principles to create new spaces of collectivity. In Mary Brydon-Miller, Patricia Maguire, and Alice McIntyre  (Eds.) Traveling companions: Feminism, teaching, and action research. pp. 41-54. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Brennan, Marie, and Susan E. Noffke (1997) Uses of Data in Action Research. Counterpoints 67: 23–43. http://www.jstor.org/stable/42975238.

Brennan, Marie & Lew Zipin (2008). Neo-colonization of cultural struggles for justice in Australian Education and Teacher Education . In A. Phelan & J. Sumsion (Eds.), Critical readings in teacher education: Invoking absences. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 99-114.

Brennan, Marie (2009). Steering teachers: Working to control the feminised profession of teaching. Journal of Sociology, 45(4), 339-359.

Brennan, Marie. (2009). A school system takes on Exhibitions through teacher action research. in Susan Noffke and Bridget Somekh (Eds.). The SAGE handbook of Educational Action Research. SAGE Publications, pp. 202-212.

Brennan, Marie (2011). National Curriculum: A political-educational tangle, Australian Journal of Education, 55(3), 259-280.

Brennan, Marie (2017). Struggles for teacher education in the age of the anthropocene. Journal of Education (University of KwaZulu-Natal), (69), 43-66. 

Brennan, Marie. (2019). Scholarly activism in and for renewed Australian universities. Social Alternatives; v.38 n.3 p.56-62  https://search.informit.org/doi/10.3316/aeipt.226156

Brennan, Marie (2019). Changing teaching and teacher education in the ‘Anthropocene’. On Education. Journal for Research and Debate, 2(4). https://doi.17899/on_ed.2019.4.6

Brennan, Marie (2022). Teachers and students as researchers: rebuilding curriculum inquiry for the future. Curriculum Perspectives 42, 85–89. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41297-022-00159-7

Brennan, Marie, Eve Mayes & Lew Zipin (2022). The contemporary challenge of activism as curriculum work, Journal of Educational Administration and History, 54:3, 319-333, DOI: 10.1080/00220620.2020.1866508

Brooks, Barbara Ann (2001). Developing women's awareness of violence prevention through feminist participatory research: An education for social change process. National Library of Canada/Bibliothèque nationale du Canada, Ottawa. 

Brown, L. David, Gabriele Bammer, Srilatha Batliwala, and Frances Kunreuther. (2003). Framing practice-research engagement for democratizing knowledge. Action Research 1, no. 1: 81-102.

Brown, J.T. (2019). “No research about us without us: The Bronx Community Research Review Board’s Community Engaged Research Academy Evaluation (Unpublished master’s thesis). CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy.

Brown, Pamela Ann (1993). Young mothers' voices: Reflections on abusive relationships, a feminist participatory research. University of San Francisco.

Bryceson, Deborah and Marhorie Mbilinyi, (1980) . The changing role of Tanzanian women in production, in A.O. Anacleti (Ed.), Jipemoyo, Development and Culture Research, Vol. 2. Uppsala: The Scandinavian Institute of African Studies. pp. 85–116.

Brydon-Miller, Mary; Patricia Maguire, and Alice McIntyre (Eds.) (2004). Traveling companions: Feminism, teaching, and action research. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Buchanan, Kate, Elizabeth Newnham, Sadie Geraghty, and Lisa Whitehead. (2022). Navigating midwifery solidarity: A feminist participatory action research framework. Women and Birth. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2022.06.004

Bujra, Janet (August 24, 2017). Gender and politics in Africa: An interview with Marjorie Mbilinyi

Bunda, Tracey, Lew Zipin and Marie Brennan (2012) Negotiating university ‘equity’ from Indigenous standpoints: a shaky bridge, International Journal of Inclusive Education, 16:9, 941-957, DOI: 10.1080/13603116.2010.523907

Bundon, Andrea (2018). Blogging and feminist participatory research online. In Mansfield, L., Caudwell, J., Wheaton, B., Watson, B. (Eds.). The Palgrave Handbook of Feminism and Sport, Leisure and Physical Education. pp. 275-29. 2Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-

Butcher, Stephanie. (2021). Research solidarity? Navigating feminist ethics in participatory action-research in Kathmandu, Nepal.  Gender, Place & Culture 28, no. 4: 497-518.

Butterwick, Shauna, and Jan Selman. (2000) Telling stories and creating participatory audience: Deep listening in a feminist popular theatre project." In TITLE AERC 2000: An International Conference. Proceedings of the Annual Adult Education Research Conference (41st, Vancouver, p. 75.

Cahill, Caitlin, David Alberto Quijada Cerecer, and Matt Bradley. (2010) Dreaming of...: reflections on participatory action research as a feminist praxis of critical hope. Affilia 25, no. 4: 406-416.

Campbell, Rebecca, and Deborah A. Salem. (1999). Concept mapping as a feminist research method: Examining the community response to rape. Psychology of Women Quarterly 23, no. 1: 65-89.

Caretta, Martina Angela, and Yvonne Riaño (2016). Feminist participatory methodologies in geography: creating spaces of inclusion. Qualitative Research 16 (3): 258-266.

Castillo-Burguete, María Teresa, Carmen García-Gómez, Pedro Castro-Borges, and Federico Dickinson (2015).  "I’m not afraid of him; That dog barks but he don’t bite": PAR processes, gender equity and emancipation with women in Yucatán, Mexico. The SAGE Handbook of Action Research 291.

Cecile, Gail and Lewis Mccabe. (2004). Morphing the crone: An ethnography of crone culture, consciousness and communities, a feminist participatory action research project.

Chakma, Trimita (2016). Feminist participatory action research (FPAR): An effective framework for empowering grassroots women & strengthening feminist movements in Asia Pacific. Asian Journal of Women's Studies 22 (2): 165-173. https://doi.org/10.1080/12259276.2016.1168153

Charles, Carolle (1995). Feminist action and research in Haiti. Caribbean studies: 61-75.

Chesnay, Catherine T. (2016). Through a feminist poststructuralist lens: embodied subjectivites and participatory action research. The Canadian Journal of Action Research 17, no. 3: 57-74.

Clover, Darlene. E. (2006). Out of the dark room: Participatory photography as a critical, imaginative, and public aesthetic practice of transformative education. Journal of Transformative Education4(3), 275–290. https://doi.org/10.1177/1541344606287782

Clover, Darlene, and Corrina Craig. (2009). Street life's creative turn: An exploration of arts-based adult education and knowledge mobilization with homeless/street-involved women in Victoria." Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education (2009): 21-35.
Clover, Darlene (2011). Successes and challenges of feminist arts-based participatory methodologies with homeless/street-involved women in Victoria. Action Research9(1), 12–26. https://doi.org/10.1177/1476750310396950
Cohen Miller, Anna. (2022). Asynchronous online photovoice: Practical steps and challenges to amplify voice for equity, inclusion, and social justice. In Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum: Qualitative Social, vol. 23, no. 2.
Collins, Patricia Hill. (1990).  Black feminist thought: Knowledge, consciousness, and the politics of empowerment. Boston: Unwin Hyman.
Collins, Patricia Hill. (1996). What's in a name? Womanism, Black feminism, and beyond. The Black Scholar 26, no. 1: 9-17.
Collins, Patricia Hill (1998). Fighting words: Black women and the search for justice. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Collins, Patricia Hill. (2004). Toward an Afrocentric Feminist Epistemology. In Turning points in qualitative research: Tying knots in a handkerchief. Yvonna S. Lincoln and Norman K. Denzin (Eds). pp. 47-73. AltaMira Press.

Collins Patricia Hill. (2017) The difference that power makes. Intersectionality and participatory democracy. Investigaciones feministas. 8(1):19–39. doi: 10.5209/INFE.54888.V

Collins, Patricia Hill. (2019). Intersectionality as critical social theory. Duke University Press

Comrie-Thomson, Liz; Mariam Tokhi, Frances Ampt,  Anayda Portela, Matthew Chersich, Renu Khanna and Stanley  uchters,  (2015). Challenging gender inequity through male involvement in maternal and newborn health: critical assessment of an emerging evidence base. Culture, health, and sexuality. Vol 17, sup2, 177-189.

Cook, Judith A., and Mary Margaret Fonow. (1986). Knowledge and women's interests: Issues of epistemology and methodology in feminist sociological research. Sociological inquiry 56, no. 1: 2-29.

Corbett, Andrea M., Karen Francis, and Ysanne Chapman. (2007). Feminist‐informed participatory action research: A methodology of choice for examining critical nursing issues. International journal of nursing practice 13, no. 2: 81-88.

Cornell, Josephine, Linda Mkhize, and Shose Kessi. (2019). Envisioning photovoice as decolonial feminist praxis. In Decolonial feminist community psychology, pp. 59-76. Springer, Cham.

Cornwall, Andrea. (1997). Men, masculinity and 'gender in development'. Gender & Development 5, no. 2: 8-13.

Cornwall, Andrea (2001). Making a Difference? Gender and Participatory Development. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies.

Cornwall, Andrea (2003). Whose voices? Whose choices? Reflections on gender and participatory development. World development 31, no. 8 pp. 1325-1342.

Cornwall, Andrea. (2004). Spaces for transformation? Reflections on issues of power and difference in participation in development. Participation: From tyranny to transformation? Exploring new approaches to participation in development pp 75-91.

Cornwall, Andrea, and Ann Whitehead. (2007). Feminisms in development: Contradictions, contestations and challenges. Zed Books.

Cornwall, Andrea, Elizabeth Harrison, and Ann Whitehead. (2007) Gender myths and feminist fables: The struggle for interpretive power in gender and development. Development and Change 38, no. 1: 1-20.

Cornwall, Andrea, Jasmine Gideon, and Kalpana Wilson. (2009). Introduction: Reclaiming feminism: Gender and neoliberalism. IDS bulletin 39, no. 6: 1-9.

Cornwall, Andrea. (2011). The participation reader. Zed Books.

Cornwall, Andrea, and Mamoru Fujita. (2012). Ventriloquising ‘the Poor’? Of voices, choices and the politics of ‘participatory’ knowledge production. Third World Quarterly 33, no. 9: 1751-1765.


Cornwall, Andrea, and Cecilia Sardenberg. (2014). Participatory pathways: Researching women's empowerment in Salvador, Brazil. In Women's Studies International Forum, vol. 45, pp. 72-80. Pergamon.


Cornwall, Andrea, and Althea-Maria Rivas. (2015). From ‘gender equality' and ‘women’s empowerment’ to global justice: Reclaiming a transformative agenda for gender and development. Third World Quarterly 36, no. 2: 396-415.

Cornwall, Andrea. (2016). Women's empowerment: What works?" Journal of International Development 28, no. 3: 342-359.

Cornwall, Andrea, and Nancy Lindisfarne. (2016). Dislocating masculinity: gender, power and anthropology. In Dislocating masculinity, pp. 27-61. Routledge.

Cornwall, Andrea, and Tessa Lewin. (n.d) Empowering communication: The use of creative, visual and digital methods in activist research on women’s empowerment. https://www.researchgate.net

Cornwall, Andrea and Ian Scoones (2022). Revolutionising Development: Reflections on the Work of Robert Chambers. Routledge, Open Access


Crabtree, Sara Ashencaen, Ann Hemingway, Sue Sudbury, Anne Quinne, Maggie Hutchings,Luciana Esteves,Shelley Thompson, Helen Jacey, Anita Diaz, Peri Bradley,Jenny Hall, Michele Board, Anna Feigenbaum, Lorraine Brown, Vanessa Heaslip, andLiz Norton (2020)  Donning the ‘slow professor’: A feminist action research project. The Radical Teacher 116: 55-65

Crenshaw, Kimberlé (1989). Demarginalizing the intersection of race and sex: A black feminist critique of antidiscrimination doctrine, feminist theory and antiracist politics. The University of Chicago Legal Forum, 1(1): 139–167.

Crenshaw, Kimberlé (1990). Mapping the margins: Intersectionality, identity politics, and violence against women of color. Stanford law Review, 43 (6): 1241-1299.

Crosby, A. & M. Brinton Lykes. (2019). Beyond repair? Mayan women’s protagonism in the aftermath of genocidal harm. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. Spanish translation: Más allá de la reparación: Protagonismo de mujeres mayas en las secuelas del daño genocida.Guatemala City, Guatemala: Cholsamaj. (PDF in Spanish available).

Crosby, Alison, M. Brinton Lykes, and Brisna Caxaj. (2016). Carrying a heavy load: Mayan women’s understandings of reparation in the aftermath of genocide." Journal of Genocide Research 18, no. 2-3 265-283.

Crosby, Alison, Brisna Caxaj and M. Brinton Lykes. (2014). Understanding women’s struggles for justice, healing, and redress: A study of gender and reparation in postwar Guatemala. IDRC Project Number: 106616-00020799-003 

Crosby, Alison, M. Brinton Lykes  & Brisna Caxaj. (2021). Llevando una carga pesada: Lo que las mujeres maya piensan de la reparación después del genocidio. In E. Oglesby & D. Nelson (Eds.), El Juicio Histórico: Genocidio en Guatemala. Guatemala: Cholsamaj. (Pdf in Spanish available here)

Crupi, Kaisha, and Naomi Joy Godden. (2023). Feminist evaluation using feminist participatory action research: Guiding principles and practices. American Journal of Evaluation : 10982140221148433.

Cubero, Aloe and Rocio Garrido. (2023). Ain’t I a woman?”: Feminist participatory action-research with African migrant women living in Spain. Journal of International Migration and Integration / Revue de l integration et de la migration internationale DOI: 10.1007/s12134-023-01020-0

Darroch, Francine, and Audrey Giles. (2014). Decolonizing health research: Community-based participatory research and postcolonial feminist theory." The Canadian Journal of Action Research 15, no. 3: 22-36.

de Bourbon, Soma, Ketzal Gomez, and Beatriz San Juan. (2022). Is active voice enough? Community discussions on passive voice, MMIWG2S, and violence against urban indigenous women in San José, California. Genealogy 6, no. 2: 37.

De Finney, Sandrine (2007). It's About Us!: Racialized minority girls' transformative engagement in feminist participatory action research. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Victoria. 

Dhungel, Rita, Shanti Lama, Auska Khadka, K. C. Sharda, Mendo Sherpa, Pratima Limbu, Ghaynu Limbu, Monika Rai, and Sweata Shrestha. )2019). Hearing Our Voices: Pathways from Oppression to Liberation through Community-Based Participatory Research. Space and Culture, India 6 (5): 39–55.

Dickman-Burnett, Victoria L., Trinity V. Shaya, and Isabelle R. Zalat. (2021). Second-Person arts-based action research for group reflection. Journal of Participatory Research Methods 2, no. 2.

Dimond, Jill P., Amy Bruckman, and Mark Guzdial. Outside the sameness/difference debate: Feminist participatory action research.

Drame, Elizabeth R., and Decoteau J. Irby (Eds.). (2016). Black participatory research: Power, identity, and the struggle for justice in education. Springer.

Dudley, Mary Jo. (1996). Uncovering the invisible workers: Using participatory video and feminist methodologies to challenge distorted images of Colombian domestic workers (Doctoral dissertation, Cornell University).

Edwards, Jenny, and Andrea Cornwall (Eds). (2014) Feminisms, empowerment and development: Changing women’s lives. Bloomsbury Publishing.

Edwardson, Hayley. (2019). Using photovoice to understand the experiences of life as a mother in Thetford, Norfolk, England—A community-based participatory action research method embodying matricentric feminism. Journal of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement.

Erel, Umut, and Tracey Reynolds.(2014).Research note: black feminist theory for participatory theatre with migrant mothers. Feminist Review 108, no. 1: 106-111.

Evans-Winters, Venus E. (2019). Black feminism in qualitative inquiry: A mosaic for writing our daughter’s body.Routledge.

Ewan, Anita Rachel (2019). Maintaining the authenticity of co-researcher voice using FPAR principles. Collaborations: A Journal of Community-Based Research and Practice, 2 (2).

Fahlberg, Anjuli. (2022). Decolonizing sociology through collaboration, co‐learning and action: A case for participatory action research. Sociological Forum.  https://doi.org/10.1111/socf.12867

Fernandez, Jesica S., Jasmyne Y. Gaston, Madeline Nguyen, Jaia Rovaris, Rhyann L. Robinson, and Danielle N. Aguilar. (2018). Documenting sociopolitical development via participatory action research (PAR) with women of color student activists in the neoliberal university. Journal of Social and Political Psychology

Fields, Jessica. (2016). The racialized erotics of participatory research: A queer feminist understanding. Women's Studies Quarterly,31-50.

Fine, Michelle (1992). Disruptive voices: The possibilities of feminist research. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 

Fine, M. (1992). Passions, politics and power: Feminist research possibilities. In M. Fine (Ed.), Disruptive voices: The transgressive possibilities of feminist research. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, Gender Series.

Fine, Michelle (1994). Working the hyphens. In Norm K. Denzin & Yvonna .S. Lincoln (Eds). Handbook of qualitative research (pp. 70-82). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Fine, Michelle, Maria E. Torre, Kathy Boudin, Iris Bowen, Judith Clark, Donna Hylton, Migdalia Martinez, Missy M. Rivera, Rosemarie A. Roberts, Pamela Smart, and Debora Upegui. (2003).  Participatory action research: Within and beyond Bars. In Qualitative Research in Psychology: Expanding Perspectives in Methodology and Design, edited by P. Camic, J. E. Rhodes, and L. Yardley, 173–98. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Fine, Michelle, and María Elena Torre (2006). Intimate details: Participatory action research in prison. Action Research 4, no. 3 (2006): 253-269.

Fine, Michelle. (2013). Echoes of Bedford: A 20-year social psychology memoir on participatory action research hatched behind bars. American Psychologist, 68(8), 687–698. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0034359

Fine, Michelle, and Maria Elena Torre. (2019). Critical participatory action research: A feminist project for validity and solidarity." Psychology of Women Quarterly 43, no. 4: 433-444.

Fine, Michelle, Torre, Maria Elena, Boudin, Kathy, & Wilkins, Cheryl. (2021). Participation, power, and solidarities behind bars: A 25-year reflection on critical participatory action research on college in prison. In P. M. Camic (Ed.), Qualitative research in psychology: Expanding perspectives in methodology and design (pp. 85–100). American Psychological Association.

Foster, V (2007). Ways of knowing and showing: Imagination and representation in feminist participatory social research. Journal of Social Work Practice, 21(3): 361-376.

Francisco-Menchavez, Valerie, and Ethel Tungohan (2020). "Mula sa masa, tungo sa masa, from the people, to the people: Building migrant worker power through participatory action research." Migration Letters 17, no. 2: 257-264.

Frisby, Wendy, Patricia Maguire, and Colleen Reid (2009). The f-word has everything to do with it: How feminist theories inform action research. Action Research, 7(1): 13–29.

Gaddes, Elena (2019). The Potential of Feminist Participatory Action Research to Encourage the Display of Feminist Subjectivities in Young Men (Doctoral dissertation, University of Sheffield).

Gatenby, Beverly and Maria Humphries (2000). Feminist participatory action research: Methodological and ethical issues. Women’s Studies International Forum, 23(1): 89–105.

Gervais, Myriam, Sandra Weber and Caroline Caron (2020). Guide to participatory feminist research. Abridged Version. Montreal: Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, McGill University.  https://www.mcgill.ca/igsf/files/igsf/gervais_et_al_guide_to_feminist_participatory_research_2020.pdf

Gillberg, Claudia and Colleen Reid (2014). Participatory feminist action research. In Mary Brydon-Miller and D. Coghlan (Eds). SAGE Encyclopedia for Action Research. SAGE

Gilligan, Carol. (1993) In a different voice: Psychological theory and women’s development. Harvard University Press. 

Gilligan, Carol, Renee Spencer, M. Katherine Weinberg, and Tatiana Bertsch. (2003). On the Listening Guide: A voice-centered relational method. In P. M. Camic, J. E. Rhodes, & L. Yardley (Eds.), Qualitative research in psychology: Expanding perspectives in methodology and design (pp. 157–172). American Psychological Association. https://doi.org/10.1037/10595-009

Global Women’s Institute (2020). Empowered Aid: Participatory Action Research Toolkit. Washington DC: George Washington University, Global Women’s Institute. https://globalwomensinstitute.gwu.edu/sites/g/files/zaxdzs1356/f/downloads/GWI-EmpoweredAid-DataCollectionToolkit-Final.pdf

Godden, Naomi Joy, Trimita Chakma, Aaron Jenkins (2023). Ecofeminist Participatory Action Research for Planetary Health. In Pranee Liamputtong (Ed.) Handbook of Social Sciences and Global Public Health. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-96778-9_47-1

Godden, Naomi Joy, Pam Macnish, Trimita Chakma, and Kavita Naidu (2020). Feminist participatory action research as a tool for climate justice. Gender & Development 28 (3):  593-615.

Gorman, R. ( 2004). Women political prisoners breaking the silence: Possibilities for a participatory arts-based methodology. In D. E. Clover (Ed.), Adult education for democracy, social justice and a culture of peace: Proceedings of the Joint Adult Education Research Conference and the Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (addendum - n/p). Victoria: University of Victoria.

Gouin, Rachel R., Karen Cocq, and Samantha McGavin (2011). Feminist participatory research in a social justice organization. Action Research 9 (3):  261-281.

Green, Laura. (2012) ‘Non-sporty’ girls take the lead: A feminist participatory action research approach to physical activity." PhD dissertation, Brunel University School of Sport and Education PhD Theses.

Greenwood, Davydd (2004). Feminism and action research: Is "resistance" possible and, if so, why is it necessary? In Mary Brydon-Miller, Patricia Maguire, and Alice McIntyre  (Eds.) Traveling companions: Feminism, teaching, and action research. pp. 157- 168. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

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