IRE2002 is designed to teach students to understand, interpret, and conduct research in industrial relations/human resources. The focus is on the whole of the research process beginning with how problems and theory are converted into research ideas and questions and ending with a research paper. Students learn how to develop research questions and hypotheses, design and conduct research using a number of research methods, develop measures that are reliable and valid, analyze data, and critically evaluate research and to become better and more informed consumers of research.
IRE 2002 (Research Methods in IR/HR) - Bradley Seward
IRE 2003 (Research Project in IR/HR) - Alan Saks
IRE 2004 (Data Analyitics & Metrics for IR/HR) - Greg Distelhorst
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