Engaged Scholarship stepping out

June 25, 2015

In this article Andrew Van de Ven presents an interview with hinself in which he answers a series of questions on engaged scholarship and encourages people in all “realms”, not only researchers, to “step out” and engage others in order develop a deeper understanding of their field or study. Van de Ven describes engaged scholarship as a process in which academics participate with other scholars, stakeholders, and practitioners to collaborate on research. Although he comments on the existing gap between theory and practice of social research, he offers a solution to this gap and predicts there will be a “wave of growth” in engaged scholarship.

Van de Ven, A. (2011). Engaged scholarship stepping out. Business Strategy Review, 2, 43-45. Full text

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