Action research as a methodology for theory development

@inproceedings{Huxham2004ActionRA,
  title={Action research as a methodology for theory development},
  author={Chris Huxham},
  year={2004}
}
English The aim of this article is to provide some insight into ways in which action research can contribute to the development of theory about the process of health care delivery. It focuses on a variety of action research that is a methodology for carrying out research into management and organisations, which can lead to deep conceptualisations about what can happen in practice and the reasons for this. The article aims to highlight the considerations that influence the recording of data… CONTINUE READING

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