Engaged Scholarship: A Guide for Organizational and Social Research

Oxford University Press (2007)
A guide for organizational and social research in business studies and the social sciences, providing a clear framework for research design and methodology. It will be an invaluable tool for academics, researchers, and graduate students across the social sciences concerned with rigorous and relevant research in the contemporary world
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