: 04 Making Methods Work in Software Engineering Method Deployment-as a Social Achievement

@inproceedings{Rnkk20050M,
  title={: 04 Making Methods Work in Software Engineering Method Deployment-as a Social Achievement},
  author={Kari R{\"o}nkk{\"o}},
  year={2005}
}
Organisational problems in industry have evoked increased interest in empirical methodologies in the broader software engineering community. In particular, the human role in software development has been addressed. Qualitative research approaches are identified as necessary for understanding human nature. The qualitative approach addressed in this article is that of ethnography in relation to software engineering. Ethnography emphasises the members' point of view in order to understand the… CONTINUE READING
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