Actors methodology takes the perspective of the actor and strives to see problems from the actor’s perspective. The perception of the actor establishes the framework of the researcher; a key tenant of actors methodology is that truth is relative to the actor. Different actors can have a different truth from the same set of facts or situations. Implicit in the actor’s view is that truth is relative.
Upon successful completion of the course material, you will be able to:
- Assess the implication of systems concepts to real-world organizations.
- Chapter 6 Arbnor and Bjerke
The Bible teaches that truth is absolute and that there is one source of truth: Jesus Christ. Jesus is truth and the very center of reality. This assignment asks you to reflect on how the existence of Jesus Christ impacts the concept of actors methodology.
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- Prepare a discussion posting of at least 500 words that answers the following question: If Jesus Christ is seen as the very focus of reality, how does this truth impact the concept of actor methodology?