Comparing Apples with oranges: Teaching and the issue of incommensurability in organisational studies
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Paradigm incommensurability has been an issue in organisation studies research for at least the last twenty years, however it also has implications for academic teaching. A range of methods for dealing with incommensurability are critiqued along with some promising suggestions based on praxis as opposed to theory. Suggestions for academic teaching emphasise the role of mutual exploration and development of ideas.
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