2 x 6 = 12 , or Does It Equal Action Research ?

@inproceedings{McKay19992X6,
  title={2 x 6 = 12 , or Does It Equal Action Research ?},
  author={Judy McKay and Peter Marshall},
  year={1999}
}
The strengths and limitations of action research as a candidate approach to research in information systems (IS) are considered. The authors conclude that indeed action research has many features that would render it ideal for application in some IS research. However the authors argue that a deeper and more reflective analysis of the meaning of action research is required that includes both a problem solving interest cycle and a research interest cycle. Important ramifications of such a change… CONTINUE READING

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