I provide a short though robust review of the book, Design Thinking and Social Construction, to make sure you do not miss an opportunity to ignite and infuse meaningful new energy into designing your research.


social construction, design thinking, qualitative research

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Sally is Professor Emerita from the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Calgary. She serves as a Taos Institute Board Member and co-Editor-in-Chief of The Qualitative Report. Her academic specialty has been engaging in and teaching social work and family therapy practice and she is also invested in qualitative inquiry as it relates to practice. Together with Dan Wulff, she has developed Research as Daily Practice to help practitioners utilize and develop new knowledge based on a systematic examination of their practice questions that is in line with the ways in which they practice. Please direct correspondence to calgary_home@shaw.ca.

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