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PAULA, Ana Paula Paes de. Freudo-Frankfurtian approach, action research, and socioanalysis: an alternative proposal for Organizational Studies. Cad. EBAPE.BR [online]. 2013, vol.11, n.4, pp.520-542. ISSN 1679-3951.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1679-39512013000400004.

This article proposes a reflection on the Freudo-Frankfurtian approach and the research strategy derived from it, linking the methodology of action research to René Lourau's socioanalysis. The Freudo-Frankfurtian approach we present undertakes an epistemological reconstruction, showing the closeness between Frankfurtian epistemology and Freudian epistemology, to prepare a theoretical and analytical support that instructs this methodology. We argue that such approach and methodology could enable a conjunction between theory and praxis, since they promote a deep interaction between researcher and researched subjects, besides having emancipation among the values guiding investigation. Our purpose is seeking some knowledge and some knowledge construction for the organizational studies guided by the emancipatory interest, which is technically applicable and drives the practical/communicative activity. In order to present this alternative proposal for organizational studies, in this article, first, we present and discuss the Freudo-Frankfurtian approach, conducting an epistemological reconstruction. In the second part, we systematize a theoretical and analytical support through which we prepare the research strategy mentioned above. Then, we present our final remarks, concluding that we pointed out alternatives for organizational research that privilege practice and emancipation, since we recommend that investigations have a knowledge purpose, but also a practical purpose, so that the organizational analyst agrees with the group or organization approached, while encouraging its independence, indicating which are the collective research goals, what is the action plan to be deployed, and, also, making a collective assessment of results.

Palavras-chave : Organizational Studies; Critical Epistemology; Action Research; Socioanalysis; Psychoanalysis.

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