AR 614 Research Methods Select Term:
From the perspective of Action Research, the course considers a range of Qualitative and Quantitative Methods, equipping students to conduct their individual research and to understand scholarship from other traditions. Action Research can be understood as a goal oriented meta-method utilizing any and all other methodologies to acquire learning relevant to the objectives at hand. As such, expertise in Action Research requires an understanding of the broad range of methodologies used to learn and appreciation of their strengths and limitations. In this course, we introduce key concepts of epistemology and provide an overview of the principal methodologies employed in management and organization studies , including case studies, interviews, observation, ethnography, quasi- and natural experiments, and survey research.
SU Credits : 3.000
ECTS Credit : 12.000
Prerequisite : -
Corequisite : -