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Essential guide to qualitative methods in organizational research
Promoting New Research Practices in Organizational Research - Gillian Symon and Catherine Cassell Using Interviews in Qualitative Research - Nigel King Electronic Interviews in OrganizationalExpand
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Qualitative methods in organizational research : a practical guide
Qualitative Research in Work Contexts - Catherine Cassell and Gillian Symon The Qualitative Research Interview - Nigel King The Twenty Statements Test - Anne Rees and Nigel Nicholson Question-AskingExpand
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Qualitative organizational research : core methods and current challenges
Introduction: The Context of Qualitative Organizational Research - Catherine Cassell and Gillian Symon PART ONE: THE ISSUES AND CHALLENGES OF QUALITATIVE INQUIRY IN ORGANIZATIONS PhilosophiesExpand
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Evaluating Qualitative Management Research: Towards a Contingent Criteriology
The term qualitative management research embraces an array of non-statistical research practices. Here it is argued that this diversity is an outcome of competing philosophical assumptions whichExpand
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Exploring Resistance from a Rhetorical Perspective
Contemporary accounts of resistance at work have emphasized processes of identity construction and regulation (e.g. Alvesson and Willmott 2002). Case study examinations (e.g. Knights and McCabe 2000;Expand
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Tools to incorporate some psychological and organizational issues during the development of computer-based systems.
The organization, findings and outcomes of a joint industrial/academic project are described. The principal goal of the project was to develop and test some tools through which people involved inExpand
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The Work of IT System Developers in Context: An Organizational Case Study
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  • Business, Computer Science
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The HCI community has become increasingly interested in analyzing the organizational context of systems design (e.g., Curtis, Krasner, & Iscoe, 1988). Expand
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Positioning Qualitative Research as Resistance to the Institutionalization of the Academic Labour Process
The focus of this paper is on the `institutional work' (Lawrence and Suddaby 2006) of disrupting institutions, examining the rhetorical strategies employed to construct and justify meanings andExpand
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Assessing qualitative research
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