The Dialogical Model: Developing academic knowledge for and from practice
In this paper, two management professors propose a new model for conducting engaged scholarship—the dialogical model. This model comprises five activities: specifying a research question, elaborating local knowledge, developing conceptual knowledge, communicating knowledge, and activating knowledge. The dialogical model provides guidance on how to maintain academic value and practical relevance in tension throughout the research process, and on how to justify validity in pragmatic constructivism. The authors explain how the dialogical model was developed in the pragmatic constructivist epistemological paradigm, and suggest how the model can be mobilized in other epistemological frameworks.
Avenier, M.J., & Cajaiba, A. P. (2012). The dialogical model: Developing academic knowledge for and from practice. European Management Review, 9(4), 199-212. Full Text.
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