Insights and Strategies for the Modern Research Environment
Edited by Friederike Welter and David Urbano
Chapter 3: Irrelevant or relevant: key learnings from an early career researcher for other early career researchers
Achieving academic relevance is probably the most challenging part of being an early career researcher. Chapter 3 discusses why social science will always be unable meet significant global challenges – answers to the big questions seem always out of reach. The chapter examines how early career researchers in this research field can use this condition as an opportunity to identify relevant research topics and avoid those that may be irrelevant.
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