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Collaborating across the researcher-practitioner divide: introducing John Dewey's democratic experimentalism

Abstract : An analysis of bridging the gap between researchers and practitioners shows that democratic experimentalism offers a much needed platform for a collaborative relationship between academics and practitioners that leads to knowledge that is rigorous and relevant to practice.
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Linh-Chi Vo, Mihaela Kelemen. Collaborating across the researcher-practitioner divide: introducing John Dewey's democratic experimentalism. Journal of Organizational Change Management, Emerald, 2017, 30 (6), pp.858-871. ⟨10.1108/JOCM-03-2016-0054⟩. ⟨hal-01991313⟩

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