ABSTRACT

The desire to resolve problems through pragmatic observation, systematic evaluation, and coordinated action persists with each new generation of researchers. A timeless task that bears individual, social, and often cultural characteristics, problem resolution is essentially an experiential process. Routine and methodology can enhance both its proce

chapter 1|9 pages

Introduction

part Part One|27 pages

Foundations and Applied Research

part Part Two|58 pages

Planning Applied Research

part Part Three|66 pages

Conducting Applied Research