1 edition of Thinking about theory building. found in the catalog.
Thinking about theory building.
by Newcastle-upon-Tyne Polytechnic, Educational Development Service in Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Written in English
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Dubin's book on theory building is a hard read initially. However, gradual perusal of the chapters yield an excellent understanding of what his philosophy on theorizing is. His segregation of the components of a theoretical model and their subsequent explanation is by: About this book.
About this book. Thinking is one of the most fascinating and characteristic abilities of human beings. To advance our understanding of this distinctive feature that makes us human is not only an exciting scientific challenge but also of great relevance in terms of coping with more and more complex challenges of the world we live in and in terms of becoming the core value creation process.
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All concepts are presented in a clear and concise way and page layouts are clean and consistent. No topic is introduced without being revisited several times later in the book.
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