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The Sage handbook of organizational research methods

Author: Buchanan, David A. ; Bryman, AlanPublisher: Sage, 2009.Language: EnglishDescription: 738 p. : Graphs ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781412931182Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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The Sage Handbook of Organizational Research Methods Contents Acknowledgements About the contributors Preface 1 The Organizational Research Context: Properties and Implications David A. Buchanan and Alan Bryman PART I DILEMMAS: THE SHIFTING CONTEXT OF ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH Focusing on the issues, debates, tensions, and dilemmas, which define the historical, epistemological, and practical contexts in which organizational research occurs. 2 Organizational Research as Alternative Ways of Attending To and Talking About Structures and Activities Stanley Deetz 3 Interpretivism in Organizational Research: On Elephants and Blind Researchers Dvora Yanow and Sierk Ybema 4 Critical Methodology in Management and Organization Research Mats Alvesson and Karen Lee Ashcroft 5 Research Ethics: Regulations and Responsibilities Emma Bell and Edward Wray-Bliss 6 Rhetoric and Evidence: The Case of Evidence-Based Management Mark Learmonth PART II AGENDAS: THE BROADENING FOCUS OF ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH Focusing on influential traditions in organizational research, on areas that have helped to define and characterize the,field, exemplifying methodological approaches, developments, and trends, taking methodology into new territory. 7 Leadership Research: Traditions, Developments, and Current Directions Michael D. Mumford, Tamara L. Friedrich, Jay J. Caughron, and Alison L. Antes 111 xi xii xxiv 1 19 21 39 61 78 93 109 8 Endless Crossroads: Debates, Deliberations and Disagreements on Studying Organizational Culture Pushkala Prasad and Anshuman Prasad 9 Doing Power Work Stewart Clegg 10 The Deinstitutionalization of Institutional Theory? Exploring Divergent Agendas in Institutional Research Robert J. David and Alex B. Bitektine 11 Methodological Issues in Researching Institutional Change Roy Suddaby and Royston Greenwood 12 Job Satisfaction in Organizational Research Alannah E. Rafferty and Mark A. Griffin 13 Studying Organizational Populations Over Time Glenn R. Carroll, Mi Feng, Gael Le Mens and David G. McKendrick 14 'Do You Do Beautiful Things?': Aesthetics and Art in Qualitative Methods of Organization Studies Antonio Strati 15 Feminist Perspectives on Gender in Organizational Research: What is and is Yet to be Marta B. adds and Linda Smircich 16 Researching Work and Institutions through Ethnographic Documentaries John S. Hassard PART III STRATEGIES: APPROACHES TO ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH Focusing on approaches to achieving research aims, illustrating links between topic, aims, strategy, analytical framework, and theoretical development, and also demonstrating the range of choice and degree of creativity as well as technical knowledge underpinning research strategies. 17 Craving for Generality and Small-N Studies: A Wittgensteinian Approach towards the Epistemology of the Particular in Organization and Management Studies Haridimos Tsoukas 18 Implications of Research Design Options for the Validity of Inferences Derived from Organizational Research Eugene F. Stone-Romero 19 Cross-Cultural Comparative Studies and Issues in International Research Collaboration Mark F. Peterson 128 143 160 176 196 213 230 246 270 283 285 302 328 20 Common Method Variance or Measurement Bias? The Problem and Possible Solutions Paul E. Spector and Michael T Brannick 21 Collaborative Research: Renewing Action and Governing Science Jean-Louis Denis and Pascale Lehoux 22 Grounded Theory Perspectives in Organizational Research Christina Goulding 23 Archival Research in Organizations in a Digital Age Michael Moss 24 Studying Processes in and Around Organizations Ann Langley 25 Critical Realism: Philosophy, Method, or Philosophy in Search of a Method? Michael I. Reed PART IV METHODS: DATA COLLECTION IN ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH Focusing on methods of data collection in organizational research, demonstrating the inventiveness and innovation that now characterizes this field, and the widening range of possibilities concerning the development of data collection tools. 26 Response Rates and Sample Representativeness: Identifying Contextual Response Drivers Timothy R. Hinkin and Brooks C. Holtom 27 Comparative Case Study Designs: Their Utility and Development in Organizational Research Louise Fitzgerald and Sue Dopson 28 Conversation Analysis in Organizational Research David Greatbatch 29 Interviews in Organizational Research Catherine Cassell 30 Mixed Methods in Organizational Research Alan Bryman 31 Research Designs for Realist Research Stephen Ackroyd 32 Discourse Analysis in Organizational Research: Methods and Debates Nelson Phillips and MariaLaura Di Domenico 346 363 381 395 409 430 449 451 465 484 500 516 532 549 33 Visual Methods in Organizational Research Samantha Warren 34 Narrative and Stories in Organizational Research: An Exploration of Gendered Politics in Research Methodology Carl Rhodes and Alison Pullen 35 Ethnography in Organizational Settings Gary Alan Fine, Calvin Morrill, and Sharmi Surianarain 36 From Modern Tines to Svriana: Feature Films as Research Data John S. Hassard and David A. Buchanan 37 Measurement in the Organizational Sciences: Conceptual and Technological Advances Charles A. Scherbaum and Adam W Meade 38 Making Visible the Hidden: Researching Off-The-Books Work Colin C. Williams and Monder Ram 39 Producing a Systematic Review David Denyer and David Tranfield 40 Organizational Autoethnography Ken Parry and Maree Boyle PART V CONCLUSION: THE FUTURE OF ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH 41 The Present and Futures of Organizational Research Alan Bryman and David A. Buchanan Author index Subject index 566 583 602 620 636 654 671 690 703 705 719 731

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