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Volker Wulf, Volkmar Pipek, David Randall, Markus Rohde, Kjeld Schmidt, and Gunnar Stevens

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780198733249

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198733249.001.0001

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Research into Design-Research Practices

Research into Design-Research Practices

Supporting an Agenda toward Self-Reflectivity and Transferability

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(p.491) 16 Research into Design-Research Practices
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Socio-Informatics
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David Randall

Tobias Dyrks

Bernhard Nett

Volkmar Pipek

Leonardo Ramirez

Gunnar Stevens

Ina Wagner

Volker Wulf

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198733249.003.0017

The aim of this chapter is to outline a research agenda. Here, this agenda has been termed “meta-research into practice-based computing”; the chapter uses the authors’ own work to exemplify elements of it. Such an agenda requires coherent framing and needs to be conducted in sufficient breadth and depth and so is still evolving. The chapter first presents some of the driving forces behind “post-normal” interdisciplinary science carried out in research consortia, as well as a methodological approach to performing ethnographies on research projects. It then describes two examples of meta-research performed by the Siegen group. Finally, the concluding part highlights the main insights from these projects, outlining a more detailed research agenda.

Keywords:   meta-research, practice-based computing, ethnography, research agenda, interdisciplinary science

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