Judgment Calls in Research
SAGE Publications, 1982 - Business & Economics - 127 pages
A term borrowed from sport, a judgment call is a decision that must be made without a fixed, objective rule. The authors highlight the discrepancies between what a researcher should do by textbook standards, and what researchers actually do. They offer ideas for dealing with difficult decisions about how to proceed when undertaking organizational research.
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