Intervention Research in Management
David, Albert; Hatchuel, Armand (2014), Intervention Research in Management, in Brydon-Miller, Mary; Coghlan, David, The SAGE Encyclopedia of Action Research, SAGE : Thousand Oaks, California, p. 461-463. 10.4135/9781446294406.n195
Book titleThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Action Research
Book authorBrydon-Miller, Mary; Coghlan, David
Number of pages863
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Dauphine Recherches en Management [DRM]
Centre de Gestion Scientifique i3 [CGS i3]
Abstract (EN)Action research is a term used to describe a family of related approaches that integrate theory and action with a goal of addressing important organizational, community, and social issues together with those who experience them. It focuses on the creation of areas for collaborative learning and the design, enactment and evaluation of liberating actions through combining action and research, reflection and action in an ongoing cycle of cogenerative knowledge. While the roots of these methodologies go back to the 1940s, there has been a dramatic increase in research output and adoption in university curricula over the past decade. This is now an area of high popularity among academics and researchers from various fields - especially business and organization studies, education, health care, nursing, development studies, ... Intervention Research in management (IRM) shares a field-oriented methodology and an experimental logic with action research, but it differs from it by its basic assumptions about the essence and history ...
Subjects / KeywordsAction research
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