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  1. Foreword.Margaret Farren & Donna M. Mertens - 2019 - International Journal for Transformative Research 6 (1):I-II.
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  2. The Role of Hybrid Methodologies in Understanding Complex Environmental Issues and Promoting Social Justice.Sharlene Hesse-Biber - 2019 - International Journal for Transformative Research 6 (1):20-26.
    Climate adaptation research often ignores the broader socio-cultural human sphere within which climate change takes place. Dominant viewpoints on climate adaptation derive from the biophysical world that often excludes social, economic, and political contexts that also connect to biophysical changes. Hybrid methodological mixed methods approaches to climate adaptation provide paradigmatically different questions. This perspective is useful for identifying socio-cultural aspects of climatic adaptation. To demonstrate the power of a hybrid approach for interconnecting human and non-human factors implicated in climate adaptation, (...)
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    Transformative Research and the Sustainable Development Goals: Challenges and a Vision From Bandung, West Java.Donna M. Mertens & Ida Widianingsih - 2019 - International Journal for Transformative Research 6 (1):27-35.
    The transformative research lens incorporates ideas such as consciously addressing power differences with strategies that allow for the inclusion of the voices of the full range of stakeholders, including those who are most marginalized. The goal of transformative research is to support the development of culturally responsive interventions that foster increased respect for human rights and achievement of social, economic, and environmental justice. In this article, we use a case study from Universitas Padjadjaran in Indonesia to illustrate the application of (...)
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  4. Efforts to Inspire Transformative Research with Farmers in a Small Town in the North West Province of South Africa.L. Serolong, N. R. A. Romm, A. Arko-Achemfuor, J. Karel & J. McIntyre-Mills - 2019 - International Journal for Transformative Research 6 (1):10-19.
    The project review as outlined in this article explores the questions: What is transformative research and what is transformation as far as the community stakeholders are concerned? To what extent has the transformative research achieved its intended outcomes? The Bokamoso project is an integrated development project designed to create employment and to enable the community to learn while they make a living through a diverse range of farming activities. The participatory research as discussed here is part of the University of (...)
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