The creation of the International Journal for Transformative Research (IJTR) emerged out of a belief that professionals in any work setting can research their own practice with transformative outcomes for themselves and others.
The aim of transformative research is to challenge existing ways of seeing and doing things, and to generate a radical shift in our perception of social, political or educational theories, ideas and actions, creating different kinds of understandings that lead to new practices.
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Editorial Advisory Board Dr. Joan Walton, Liverpool Hope University, UK Dr. Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan, University of KwaZulu-Natal Dr. Yvonne Crotty, Dublin City University, Ireland
Dr. Dee Pratt, Durban Institute of Technology, South Africa Dr. Douglas Martin, Leeds Beckett University, UK Dr. Glen Williams, Southeast Missouri State University, USA Dr. Jocyelyn Jones, Mindful Practice, UK Dr. Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan, University of KwaZulu-Natal Dr. Mark Winterbottom, Cambridge University, UK Dr. Michael Hammond, University of Warwick, UK Dr. Mitchell Friedman, University of San Francisco, USA Dr. Nico Rutten, Utrecht University, Netherlands Dr. Sigrid Gjotterud, Norwegian University of Life Sciences Dr. Susan Ang, National University of Singapore, Singapore Dr. Vance Martin, University of Illinois, USA Dr. Yoland Wadsworth, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia Prof. Robin Braun, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia