Monday 23 January 2012

Special Issue on Relevance

There's another great special issue on relevance in research which appeared in Journal of Applied Behavioral Science Vol 47 Issue 1 ... it is populated by contributions from top-notch scholars and contains a number of well written and thoughtful articles.  If you are doing research in the broad field of organization studies and are doing anything which relates to practice-oriented, action research, interventions, or just trying to make sense of the relationship between professional researchers and practising managers ... this is worth looking at.



  1. Hello Robert,

    Thank you for your advice regarding my last query.

    I have a quick question regarding ontological oscillation. Can one say one is using an ontological oscillation by having ontological stances of social constructivism and subjectivism in the same study?


  2. my advice would be to define both terms carefully by referring to the literature to make clear that you are not contradicting yourself and proceed from there ... good luck

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