Mary Brydon-Miller, Ph.D. directs the University of Cincinnati’s Action Research Center and is Professor of Educational Studies in the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services. She is a participatory action researcher who conducts work in both school and community settings. Her recent scholarship focuses on the development of new frameworks for understanding research ethics in community settings including chapters in the Handbook of Social Research Ethics and the Handbook of Action Research. She is currently co-editing the SAGE Encyclopedia of Action Research and has co-edited three earlier volumes related to action research and Special Issues of the journal Action Research on ethics and action research and arts-based action research. Other publications include work on participatory action research methods, feminist theory and action research, refugee resettlement, elder advocacy, disability rights, and academic writing in the social sciences. She is a member of the Responsible Conduct of Research Education Committee of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics and a faculty member of the Poynter Center’s Teaching Research Ethics workshop. Dr. Brydon-Miller is also a University of California Alumna; she received her undergarduate degree from UC Santa Cruz in Psychology.
Criminal Justice, human services, participatory action research, feminist theory, refugee resettlement, elder advocacy, disability rights, academic writing in the social sciences.
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