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2019 | nr 5 | 4-17
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Developing Scientific Work Practice in Business Informatics - Digital Support for a Design Science-based Research Project

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Academic studies comprise skill development in scientific work practices. Scientific research, whether in the natural or social sciences, is a set of skills referring to a "continual process of rigorous reasoning supported by a dynamic interplay among methods, theories, and findings. It builds understandings in the form of models or theories that can be tested" (National Research Council, 2002, p. 2). When being introduced to scientific research work, students are guided by several principles. The first and crucial one is posing "significant questions that can be investigated empirically: moving from hunch to conceptualizing and specifying a worthwhile question is essential to scientific research. Questions are posed in an effort to fill a gap in existing knowledge or to seek new knowledge, to pursue the identification of the cause or causes of some phenomena, or to formally test a hypothesis." (ibid, p. 3) The questions lay the groundwork for study designs and should "reflect a solid understanding of the relevant theoretical, methodological, and empirical work that has come before." (ibid, p. 3) (original abstract)
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