Gender creative kids: how social action research can help tackle the some of the challenges faced by gender nonconforming children and their families. Annie Pullen Sansfaçon, Université de Montréal Dave Ward, De Montfort University Audrey Anne Dumais -Michaud, Université de Montréal
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Gender creative kids: how social action research can help tackle the some of the challenges faced by gender nonconforming children and their families
Annie Pullen Sansfaçon, Université de Montréal
Dave Ward, De Montfort University
Audrey Anne Dumais-Michaud, Université de Montréal
Marie-JoëlleRobichaud, Université de Montréal
Andrea Clegg, Concordia University
Kimberley Ens Manning, Concordia University
Elizabeth J. Meyer, Concordia University / California Polytechnic State University
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Reflecting on the application of the Social Action methodology: identifying some of the constraints to anti-oppressive social work research
Funding has definitely provided the necessary seeds for starting the project, BUT in this case, the unavoidable institutional research requirements set obstacles to the process fulfilling its emancipatory potential.