chapter  12
Considering the Needs of Different Stakeholders: The Impact of Co-op Job Quality on Post-Graduation Earnings
ByNeal Fogg, Mark Putnam
Pages 21

INTRODUCTION Any practicing researcher will tell you that research can be an isolating endeavor. Although there is some collaboration and discussion, in the end it comes down to the rather lengthy process of sitting down, reading and researching, working the data, and writing. In the context of research in higher education, this is unfortunate because the process of producing good, applied, practical research requires the collaboration of agents throughout the college or university. Certainly, at a minimum, the findings of research need to be conveyed in a clear manner that is both simplified and at the same time respectful of the inherent complexity of the subject matter.