Edited by Mark N.K. Saunders and Paul Tosey
Chapter 4: Scholarly practice in HRD research
For the usability of research in HRD to progress, more attention needs to be given to scholarly practice. Roles, strategies and behaviours for HRD scholar-practitioners are explored and critiqued, before the key features of research as a ‘phronetic social science’ are presented. HRD scholar-practitioners’ voices are considered and discussed.
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