ALARj publishes articles that describe and analyse the use of action learning and action research approaches to social and organisational change. While we are interested in all accounts, we are particularly interested in accounts that meet our criteria for both good practice action learning and action research, and good practice writing in this field. These criteria are avaialble on our website and broadcast with our calls for submissions along with the guidelines. We are not limited to academic styles of writing, although we strongly encourage them. We are also interested in creative forms of writing and the use of alternative and new media to engage the writer and the reader in co-creative acts of reading, learning and co-construction of understanding about the field. In this way we seek dynamic and innovative forms of writing that are also rigorous in their attention to good practices. Our publication is intended to recognise practitioners from a great variety of backgrounds: community, business, government, scholarship and advocacy - for example. We are unique in encouraging both action learning and action research methodologies, and also in not being limited to any specific field or discipline of application. In so doing we actively encourage multi-disciplinary, trans-disciplinary, Indigenous and new paradigm frameworks of understanding in the writing and the practices of the field where those practices progress our Association's vision.

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