Practitioner Research

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Practitioner Research is a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal that features the work of practitioner researchers across disciplines and levels, largely from social sciences, for example, education, counseling, accounting, management, business, computing, history, and law. Practitioner researchers are those who carry out empirical and evidence-based research on their own practices and the practices of others, for the purpose of improving situations, practices, services, relationships, communication, and community well-being, to name a few. The term “practitioner” includes teachers, academics, administrators, managers, supervisors, trainers, developers, choreographers, industrial players, various service providers, and students in varied fields.