Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. Qualitative research in organizations and management. Volume 2, number 3. Journal of management history , v. This ebook is a review of developments in both the qualitative tradition and case studies in management research.
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Similar Items Related Subjects: Research -- Case studies. From Showcase to Shadow. Understanding the Dilemmas of Managing Workplace Diversity. Dilemmas of Workplace Diversity pp. Examining the Contours of Workplace Diversity. Rethinking Difference Through Critical Perspectives. It thus has become evident that empirical work in diversity scholarship requires attention to intersectionality McCall, , widely researched processes of reproduction of stereotypes, contextual and local specifics, materialism and language MacLure, as well as the influence of identity formation processes of the researched subjects and researchers during the research process Bendl, Booysen, and Pringle, forthcoming While this has broadened the discussion in the field it has also — as the recent debates around intersectionality, identity formation and theorization of power has shown — created some confusions about how to undertake critical diversity research Zanoni, Janssens, Benschop, and Nkomo, Invitation to authors We seek papers that develop innovative paradigmatic and methodological approaches towards the study of diversity in organizations, critically evaluate mainstream paradigmatic and methodological approaches towards diversity in organizations and reflect on the potential contribution of innovative approaches towards the field.
To that end we are looking for papers that address, but are not necessarily limited to the following topics: Action research in the field of diversity management — a reflexive approach Diversity scholarship -a critical perspective on the research process Diversity scholarship from the margins — postcolonialist and anti-colonial perspectives Doing diversity management — challenges and solutions.
The impact of scholarly approaches to diversity on organizational practices. The aim of QRM is to explore the implications of dialogue, disruption and inclusion in researching organizational life in diverse situations and cultures. We also want to build on the initiatives of QRM , , and in providing opportunities for qualitative researchers to debate and explore multiple ways of theorizing and meaning-making. The conference will consist of two streams. Stream 1 will focus on exploring how dialogue, disruption and inclusion play through our research in terms of topics of study, their influence on methodology, and how they may be implicated and as constitutive of the research experience.
Stream 2 will address more general issues relating to methods, voices and ways of writing qualitative research. We encourage paper, panel and other forms of presentation that explore philosophical, conceptual and methodological issues in researching organizational life from a qualitative perspective. Contributions can be from a variety of epistemological perspectives and a range of disciplines including management and organization studies, accounting, marketing, communications, cultural studies, information and decision sciences, sociology, psychology, education, health and public administration.
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Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management is an international journal committed to encouraging and publishing critical qualitative work from researchers and practitioners within the management and organizational field throughout the world.
Traditionally the management and organization field has been dominated by research studies based on quantitative techniques of data collection and analysis. Yet increasingly there is an interest in the 'in-depth' studies that are produced from qualitative work. The applicability of Indigenous knowledge principles to qualitative research in organizations and management (examples include Two-Eyed Seeing [Hatcher et al. ]; the Mauri Model [Morgan, et. al, ]; and the Spider Conceptual Framework [Lambert, ]).
Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International Journal Implementing grassroots inclusive change through a cultural audit. Not every article in a journal is considered primary research and therefore "citable", this chart shows the ratio of a journal's articles including substantial research (research articles, conference papers and reviews) in three year windows vs. those documents other than .