The Case for Reconceptualizing Empirical Management and Social Science
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Addressing the immensely important topic of research credibility, Raymond Hubbard’s groundbreaking work proposes that we must treat such information with a healthy dose of skepticism. This book argues that the dominant model of knowledge procurement subscribed to in these areas—the significant difference paradigm—is philosophically suspect, methodologically impaired, and statistically broken. Hubbard introduces a more accurate, alternative framework—the significant sameness paradigm—for developing scientific knowledge. The majority of the book comprises a head-to-head comparison of the "significant difference" versus "significant sameness" conceptions of science across philosophical, methodological, and statistical perspectives.
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||9781506305356, 9781506305356, 9781506305356, 9781506305363, 9781506305370, 9781506305349, 1506305369|
|Number of Pages||360|