Articles by Keyword: Scientific Objectivity

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  1. What to do about how to do: Reflections on the future direction of hospitality education and research

    What to do about how to do: Reflections on the future direction of hospitality education and research

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Hospitality management provision in higher education in the UK is well established, though most courses are overly concerned with developing “how to do” skills in graduates. This paper argues that this “how to do” culture is reinforced by student learning...
  2. Science and Technology Activities in the Emerging Economies: Options for Nigeria<sup>1</sup>

    Science and Technology Activities in the Emerging Economies: Options for Nigeria<sup>1</sup>

    This study identifies how two emerging economies developed science and technology capabilities through science and technology (S&T) education/training, research and experimental development. This was done in order to recommend policy options for Nigeria for the development of its industrial sector...
  3. A conceptual tool for improving rangeland management decision-making at grassroots level: the local-level monitoring approach

    A conceptual tool for improving rangeland management decision-making at grassroots level: the local-level monitoring approach

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Range & Forage Science
    For many years, rangeland monitoring has mainly been the field of scientists, academics and extension workers trying to fine-tune methods to assess the condition of rangelands. Frameworks and monitoring systems developed with their associated indicators are often complex and inaccessible...
  4. Scientific research in hospitality studies in Brazil: challenges to finding a theoretical framework

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal:
    This paper seeks to present the systematisation of information in hospitality studies, as generated by an analysis of 227 dissertations submitted to the Master’s Programme in Hospitality Studies at the University of Anhembi Morumbi, as well as 18 doctoral dissertations...
  5. Researching in the middle ground

    Researching in the middle ground

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Accounting Research
    Scientific approaches to research produce one kind of knowledge and have tended to dominate accounting research, particularly research concerning disclosure and disclosure indices. Other research paradigms are equally important and generate other kinds of knowledge (Morgan, 1983). This paper describes...
  6. Integrating indigenous knowledge into appropriate technology development and implementation

    Integrating indigenous knowledge into appropriate technology development and implementation

    Appropriate Technology (AT) implementation should foster community empowerment and sustainability. Successful implementation requires community engagement throughout - technology conceptualization, development, implementation, assessment and impact evaluation. Development professionals should be sensitive to socio-cultural context and respect local knowledge, part of the...
  7. Casts, bones and DNA: interrogating the relationship between science and postcolonial indigeneity in contemporary South Africa

    Casts, bones and DNA: interrogating the relationship between science and postcolonial indigeneity in contemporary South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    This paper discusses the articulation and complex enactment of postcolonial indigeneity, commonly referred to as Khoesan revivalism in contemporary South Africa. Through a close examination of the “substances of indigeneity,” i.e. body casts, human remains and DNA, it interrogates the...
  8. Scientific research in hospitality studies in Brazil: challenges to finding a theoretical framework

    Scientific research in hospitality studies in Brazil: challenges to finding a theoretical framework

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    This paper seeks to present the systématisation of information in hospitality studies, as generated by an analysis of 227 dissertations submitted to the Master's Programme in Hospitality Studies at the University of Anhembi Morumbi, as well as 18 doctoral dissertations...