Problem

Superficial research

Other Names:
Superficial surveys
Superficial consultation
Superficial investigations
Top down research methodologies
Nature:
Research methodologies are too often employed superficially, simply to describe and categorize within the well-trodden arena of the possible, believable or assimilative. They do not synthesize and interpret data in such a way as to expand society.
Claim:
New knowledge and skills require vision in order to be applied effectively. When analysis of data is not synthesized into workable solutions for problems, then the result is inadequate research inapplicable to the requirements of the whole of society.
Strategies:
Extending research
Values:
Superficiality
Problem Type:
F: Fuzzy exceptional problems
Date of last update
15.02.1997 – 00:00 CET
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