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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 Organizational… Expand
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-Asking… Expand
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 Philosophies… Expand
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 which… Expand
Qualitative methods and analysis in organizational research
Exploring Resistance from a Rhetorical Perspective
- G. Symon
- 1 November 2005
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
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 in… Expand
The Work of IT System Developers in Context: An Organizational Case Study
- G. Symon
- Business, Computer Science
- Hum. Comput. Interact.
- 1 March 1998
The HCI community has become increasingly interested in analyzing the organizational context of systems design (e.g., Curtis, Krasner, & Iscoe, 1988). Expand
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 and… Expand