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Practitioner Research from a Critical Systems Perspective

  title={Practitioner Research from a Critical Systems Perspective},
  author={Stan Hardman and Udo Richard Averweg},
This paper draws together the themes of the reflective practitioner, the learning organisation, critical systems thinking, communities of practice and the contract between the university and the community to advocate for a greater awareness of the potential of practitioner-research as a form of personally driven relevant professional development and the construction of socially robust and scientifically authentic knowledge. 
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  • A. Price
  • Psychology
    Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987)
  • 2004
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