Qualitative Studies in Information Systems : A Critical Review and Some Guiding Principles

@inproceedings{Sarker2013QualitativeSI,
  title={Qualitative Studies in Information Systems : A Critical Review and Some Guiding Principles},
  author={Suprateek Sarker and Xiao Xiao and Tanya Beaulieu},
  year={2013}
}
Up until the mid-1990s, for a significant proportion of mainstream IS scholars, particularly those in North America and Asia, research meant quantitative research, and studies not using the so-called scientific methods were excluded from the definition of research itself (e.g., Lee and Liebenau 1997). Fortunately, due to the untiring efforts of a small number of leaders in the qualitative research community, and with support from broad-minded senior scholars of the discipline who saw value of… CONTINUE READING

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