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Aguinis, H. (1993). Action research & scientific method: Presumed discrepancies and actual similarities. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, (29)4, 416–431. Link available in week 8 Resources section of the classroom.
Charalambides, L. C. (1984). Experiential learning and the scientific approach: An application to managerial problem-solving. Simulation & Gaming, (15)3, 275–295. Link available in the Week 8 Resources section of the classroom.
Clegg, S., Kornberger, M., & Rhodes, C. (2007). Organizational ethics, decision making, undecidability. Sociological Review, 55(2), 393–409.
Dennard, L. F. (1996). The new paradigm in science and public administration. Public Administration Review, 56(5), 495–499.
Goodwin, L. D., & Goodwin, W. L. (1984). Are validity and reliability relevant in qualitative evaluation research? Evaluation & the Health Professions, 7(4), 413–26. Link available in the Week 2 Resources section of the classroom.
Guttman, B. S. (2004). The real method of scientific discovery. The Skeptical Inquirer, 28(1), 45–47.
House, R. J., & Aditya, R. N. (1997). The social scientific study of leadership: Quo vadis? Journal of Management, (23)3, 409–473.
Howe, W. (1996). Leadership vistas: From the constraints of the behavioral sciences to emancipation through the humanities. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 3(2), 32–69. Link available in the Week 5 Resources section of the classroom.
Lynham, S. A. (2002). Quantitative research and theory building: Dubin's method. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 4(3), 242–276.
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