Conclusion: Studying Scholarship in Changing Times…
The mix of authors, scholarly approaches and topics covered in this book pushes the boundaries of our knowledge in terms of the ways that we understand, study and teach trades, craft skills, and applied as well as theoretical knowledge. In this era of uncertainty, these approaches are even more important. As many of the chapters in this publication refer to and employ Case Studies, we turn our attention to a brief discussion of that methodological approach. This is important, as Case Studies remain relatively misunderstood in many research disciplines; yet in relation to the various areas that we have been examining here, they are often the most appropriate and illuminating method. We conclude with a discussion of the role that co-creation plays in the scholarship presented in the book.
KeywordsCo-creation Case study
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