The lens through which he examines these is the meta-theory
of critical listening.
(sometimes referred to as a critical realist meta-theory
) can be understood at the levels of strategy and method as a series of steps or action-sets (cf.
This gap was recognized by Araujo and Taveira (2009), who suggested that the developmental-contextual career meta-theory
(Vondracek, Lerner, & Schulenberg, 1986), recently articulated with the living system framework (Vondracek, Ford, & Porfeli, 2014), could serve the study of children's career development.
about what it takes to fight a conventional war for territory is a simple one.
Yet some brief information: throughout the article, we use the theory of practice expression as a reference to a general theoretical framework (a meta-theory
), covering the various analytical currents based on the practical study.
Such an overarching meta-theory
would govern research and evaluation throughout scientific enquiry.
is an important part of the theoretical development of the subfield.
This leads me to a very specific position on theory, since 'relationality' provides me with a meta-theory
which, taken seriously, keeps me from hiding behind techniques or sets of therapeutic tools.
(5.) Hunter, M., (2012), Opportunity, Strategy, & Entrepreneurship, A Meta-Theory
The PhD program emphasizes nursing theory and meta-theory
, which refine and expand nursing knowledge, while the DNP's will utilize this knowledge in their practice.
The central issue is whether Frege has a meta-theory
and meta-logic of logic or whether he follows the concept sometimes called 'logic as language', which takes logic not as a formal systems besides language, but as a partial regimentation of language for specific scientific (mostly mathematical) purposes.
Much to his own regret (Kuhn 1970a: 174-210; 1970b; 1977: xix-xx, 293-319), it allows for a multiplicity of understandings among which the interpretation as "meta-theory
," "world view" or "way of seeing" prevails in organization studies.