Deviant scrutiny methodology: applications in the war against inequality

Author
Bocatto, Evandro
Perez-de-Toledo, Eloisa
Faculty Advisor
Date
2020
Keywords
mixed methods , epistemology , deviant scrutiny , paradigm
Abstract (summary)
We argue that research methodologies in management sciences often neglect the negative impact businesses may have on societies. To mitigate this problem, we suggest a deliberate integration of adjacent effects in the data collection of any topics under study. We call this approach to data sampling and collection, deviant scrutiny methodology. Deviant scrutiny can be defined as research methodology that emphasizes an integrative data collection that actively incorporates a variety of externalities into the dataset. The methodology shares three characteristics with Thomas Kuhn’s view: 1. an identified conception, metaphysics and values, viz., the approach includes externalities (i.e., sense of purpose); 2. an historical consideration focusing on emerging topics, or social facts, that affects society and organizations (i.e., sense of context); and, 3. the compulsory, by protocol, integration of evidences that challenge taken for granted assumptions and theories, and confronts the biases affecting scientific communities-of-practice (i.e., sense of awareness).
Publication Information
Bocatto, E., & Perez-de-Toledo, E. (2020). Deviant scrutiny methodology: Applications in the war against inequality. International Journal of Business and Economic Development, 1(3), 12-20. https://ijbed.com/PDF/no-1-vol-3/IJBED-202014.pdf
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Item Type
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Language
English
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