Soft Systems Methodology as a Social Science Research Tool

@inproceedings{Rose1997SoftSM,
  title={Soft Systems Methodology as a Social Science Research Tool},
  author={Jeremy Rose},
  year={1997}
}
Soft Systems Methodology (SSM) is well-established as a vehicle for action research, particularly in programmes initiated at Lancaster University. It is now sufficiently well-known, in academic circles at least, to be considered as a candidate research tool for a wide range of social science research projects. This paper summarises (and updates) the set of issues which should be explicit when designing a research project which includes both SSM and other research approaches. It attempts to… CONTINUE READING
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