single vs. multi movement research
Last week, Brayden asserted that there is a split among movement researchers. Some still do case studies, while other are comparative.
I definitely believe that we’ve expanded. But is this really a split among researchers? I referee a lot of movement papers and the multi-movement papers are far outnumbered by single movement papers. Also, I have yet to see any systematic argument against the regular case study approach.
So, is there a split? What do you think?
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