Alternative Philosophical and Investigatory Paradigms for Chiropractic

Published in: Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, v. 16, no. 6, July-Aug. 1993, p. 419-425

Posted on on January 01, 1993

by Ian D. Coulter

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Authors commentary on concerns in the chiropractic field about appropriate educational and research paradigms. He suggests that chiropractic should examine the debates going on in the social sciences about the relevance of positivist empiricist science to social phenomenon.

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