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So, yeah, it's a different dynamic this time around, but at the same time, we want kinda guidance. Maybe we're not very nice about askin' for it. We don't do it very well ... 'Cause it is our story to tell, not yours, if you know what I mean. You're gonna be the teller, but it's ours. (Mcintyre, 2004, p. 99-100) After this exchange we had lengthy conversations about my roles and responsibilities as a practitioner and a friend. I agreed with the women that I had experience as a researcher and as someone who had analyzed and interpreted data.

Ethical Challenges in Participatory Action Research How participants and practitioners view their responsibilities within a PAR project is linked to a number of ethical questions that arise during collaborative processes of change. Given the particularities of PAR, the sites where projects take place, the people involved, the issues under investigation, and the unique features that characterize specific projects, it is impossible to address all of them here. Some, like issues of authority, access to resources, and defining the issue to be examined, are self-evident at the beginning of many PAR processes.

Thus, as many people as possible should be invited to participate, to voice their concerns, and to inquire as to the development of the PAR process as it evolves. As Kemmis and McTaggart (2005) suggest, "Not all will accept the invitation, but it is incumbent on those who do participate to take into account [those] others' understandings, perspectives, and interests" (p. 579). PAR ACROSS CONTINENTS Negotiating the role of practitioner and participant when I lived on one continent and the women in Belfast lived on another brought its own set of challenges to the PAR project.

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