The PAR Workbook is an adapting and evolving body of work authored by graduate students from MIT under the supervision of Professor Susskind.
Michal Russo's PAR Diagram
Jamie Blosser's PAR Diagram
- Carmen Cheung's PAR Strategies in Boston's Chinatown
- Anna Doty's Situating Whitpar : The Practice, Purpose, and Potential of Participatory Action Research within White Anti-Racist Praxis
- Jenna Harvey's Theory from the Periphery: Exploring the Use of PAR in Community Development Practice
- Anthony Medeiros's PAR Outside the Academy: Community Legal Empowerment in Nigeria
- Insiyah Mohammad's PAR in Prison: Reflections on Structuring a Participatory Process Under Surveillance
- Cynthia Odu's The Barrier of Identity: Working Through Identity and Other Social Constructs in Diverse PAR Processes
- Sasha Shyduroff's Using PAR-Like Process to Build Democratic Capacity: A Case of Muddling Thru
- Fay Strongin's The Mill Creek Project as Participatory Action Research
- Tatjana Trebic's Filmmaking and phronetic social science: Exploring the lessons behind twenty years of visual documentation in Chicago’s Cabrini-Green neighborhood
Roles and Relationships
- Danya Sherman's PAR and the Friendly Outsider
- Carmela Deanne Zakon's What Role does Political Power Play in PAR?
- Andrew Binet's Can PAR lead to Enhanced Citizenship?
Tools and Materials
- CoLab's Learning from Field-based Experience Interactive Video
- Ellen Chen's Reflections from the Field Video
- Melissa Chinchilla's The Role of Narrative in PAR
- Aline Brachet's PAR and Mixed Methods: What Role for Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in PAR?
Outcomes and Products
- Christian Nicolás Desrosiers's Who "Owns" or Controls the Products of PAR Research?
- Aline Brachet's Who "owns" or Controls the Products of PAR Research?
- Christian Nicolás Desrosiers's PAR and Capacity-building: How can Collaborative Research lead to Enhanced Citizenship in the Community-at-large?
- Aditi Mehta's Is there a Right to Research? If so, what is it?