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The Routledge companion to qualitative research in organization studies

Author: Raza A Mir; Sanjay Jain
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2018. ©2018
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Raza A Mir; Sanjay Jain
ISBN: 9781317414131 1317414136
OCLC Number: 1002303954
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 491 pages)
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.Embracing a Constructed Boundary: Mapping Qualitative Research in Organizational Studies / Sanjay Jain --
pt. I Theories --
2.Philosophical Foundations of Qualitative Organizational Research / Cristina Neesham --
3.Critical Approaches to Qualitative Research / Thomas Greckhamer --
4.Doing Feminist Research Qualitatively: A Review of What Interpretive Feminist Research Means Today / Marleen van der Haar --
5.Qualitative Management Research in the Shadow of Imperialism: Some Elementary Remarks on Its Othering Processes from a Muslim Perspective / Farzad Rafi Khan --
pt. II Traditions --
6.Rigor in Theory Building from Multiple Cases / Timothy E. Ott --
7.Single Cases: The What, Why, and How / Melissa E. Graebner --
8.Clio's Toolkit: The Practice of Historical Methods in Organization Studies / Stephanie Decker --
9.Stories as Social Action: Rethinking Narrative Studies of Organizing / Tammar B. Zilber Note continued: 10.Bricolage in the Field: Experimenting in Ethnography / Anne-Laure Fayard --
11.Innovations in Organizational Ethnography: Being Them, Even without Trying / Alexandra Michel --
12.Ethnography as Writing: How Creative Nonfiction Can Inspire Organizational Ethnographers / Chahrazad Abdallah --
13.Ethnographic Images of Work: Lessons from Journalism / Anca Metiu --
pt. III Contexts --
14.Analyzing Changes in Organizational Cultural Repertoires / Elena Dalpiaz --
15.Qualitative Approaches for Studying Innovation as Process / Philipp Tuertscher --
16.Whatddya Know? Qualitative Methods in Entrepreneurship / Andrew E.F. Fultz --
17.Doing Qualitative Research on Emerging Fields and Markets / Heli Nissila --
18.Methodological Guidelines for the Study of Materiality and Affordances / Paul M. Leonardi --
19.Working, Being, and Researching in Place: A Mixed Methodological Approach for Understanding Digital Experiences / Ingrid Erickson Note continued: 20.Methods and Challenges of Conducting Research in Subsistence Settlements / Srinivas Sridharan --
pt. IV Journeys --
21."Blinded by the Light" or "Seeing the Light"? Journeys of Positivist Scholars into Qualitative Inquiry / Aparna Joshi --
22.Appreciating Emergence and Serendipity in Qualitative Research: Resisting the Urge to Follow Set Plans / Shaz Ansari --
23.Reporting after the Summit: Getting Ethnographic Research into Print / Katherine Chen --
24.Reasoning with Qualitative Data: Balancing a Theoretical Contribution / Saku Mantere --
25."Standing on [Transparent] Shoulders": Applying Open Source Approaches to Qualitative Management Research / Andrew J. Nelson --
pt. V Frontiers and Reflections --
26.Engaging with the Visual: Opportunities for Qualitative Organizational Researchers / Catherine Cassell --
27.Building Grounded Theory with Social Media Data / Cathy Urquhart Note continued: 28.Network Models of Organizational Routines: Tracing Associations between Actions / Peng Liu --
29.Rewriting the Publishing Narrative for Grounded Theory Building / Deborah Dougherty --
30.The Long, Hard Road to Legitimacy for Qualitative Research: A Personal-Professional Journey / Dennis A. (Denny) Gioia --
31.Blind Alleys and Untold Stories in Qualitative Research / Ann Langley.
Responsibility: edited by Raza Mir & Sanjay Jain.

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