Case Studies in Interdisciplinary Research
- Allen F. Repko - University of Texas at Arlington (Retired)
- William H. Newell - Miami University of Ohio, USA
- Rick Szostak - University of Alberta, Canada
Research Methods (General)
Interesting text in that it is really more or less an analysis/exploration of several case studies, each of which provides a different lens by which to view how one wishes to proceed in an interdisciplinary approach to conducting case studies. A great read in of itself, but not a "text book" per se, at least not in the way that I require. Still, very informative.
Case studies are appropriate and a "hands-on" way to demonstrate theory and method in interdisciplinary research today.
Prefer Repko's Methods text as it covers foundation for all students. This text is level above what my students can "digest".
This compliments Repko's earlier book Interdisciplinary Research and provides examples that demonstrates the interconnectedness of using multiple disciplines in Leadership..