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Al-Amoudi, Ismael; Willmott, Hugh (2011)
Publisher: Sage
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: B1, H1, HD, HD28
The paper interrogates the status, nature and significance of epistemological relativism as a key element of constructionism and critical realism. It finds that epistemological relativism is espoused by authorities in critical realism and marginalized or displaced in the field of management and organization studies, resulting in forms of analysis that are empirically, but not fully critically, realist. This evaluation prompts reflection on the question of whether, how and with what implications epistemological relativism might be recast at the heart of critical realist studies of management and organization.
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