Explaining Research Utilization: Beyond 'Functions'
Summary, in English
The language of current utilization research tends to treat differences in research use as quantitative differences or as differences in the "functions" or "modes" of research use. The authors point to the hierarchical distribution of knowledge and research use, the activity of users, and the way conflicts influence research utilization as important issues for the explanation of research utilization.
- School of Social Work
- Pufendorf Institute for Advanced Studies
- Sociology (excluding Social Work, Social Psychology and Social Anthropology)
- ISSN: 0164-0259