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Knowledge production connected to the social construction of the Urgent Project System in Sharp Co. : Revisiting social constructionism


  • Toshihiro Kanai

    (Graduate School of Business Administration, Kobe University)

  • Noboru Matsushima

    (Graduate School of Business Administration, Kobe University)

  • Mitsuhiro Urano

    (School of Management and Information, University of Shizuoka)


In this article, we propose that the scientific knowledge has a public nature. Our knowledge production, therefore, is inevitably connected to the realities socially constructed. We discuss how our knowledge production is connected to the management practices, according to our field research of the urgent project system in Sharp Co..

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  • Toshihiro Kanai & Noboru Matsushima & Mitsuhiro Urano, 2012. "Knowledge production connected to the social construction of the Urgent Project System in Sharp Co. : Revisiting social constructionism," Discussion Papers 2012-20, Kobe University, Graduate School of Business Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:kbb:dpaper:2012-20

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