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Rigour

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Positivistic scientific inquiry aspires to imbue knowledge production with rigour that enables the objective replication or falsification of the results. The knowledge produced by such rigour in science is deemed by other scientists to be trustworthy. Action research more often responds to a different paradigm of inquiry, variously labelled qualitative, naturalistic, interpretivist, post-positivist and so on. ...

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