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Systems Research Methods Handbook
This concise, advisory handbook prepared for Southern SARE outlines systems research methods and objectives and includes recommended strategies for developing and implementing multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional systems projects. Resources for additional reading are presented at the end. The handbook was produced in 1997 by professors Rick Welsh of Clarkson University and Keith Ingram of the University of Georgia.
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