The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Business and Management Research Methods

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The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Business and Management Research Methods provides a state-of–the-art overview of qualitative research methods in the business and management field.

The Handbook celebrates the diversity of the field by drawing from a wide range of traditions and by bringing together a number of leading international researchers engaged in studying a variety of topics through multiple qualitative methods. The chapters address the philosophical underpinnings of particular approaches to research; contemporary illustrations; references; and practical guidelines for their use.  The 2 volumes therefore provide a useful resource for Ph.D. students and early career researchers interested in developing and expanding their knowledge and practice of qualitative research. In covering established and emerging methods; it also provides an invaluable source of information for faculty teaching qualitative research methods.
The contents of the Handbook are arranged into two volumes covering seven key themes:

Volume 1: History and Tradition

Part 1: Influential Traditions: underpinning qualitative research: positivism; pragmatism; constructionism; interpretivism; poststructuralism; critical; hermeneutics; postcolonialism; critical realism; grounded theory; mixed methods; feminist and indigenous approaches.

Part 2: Research Designs: ethnography; action research; field research; case studies; process and practice methodologies.

Part 3The Researcher: reflexivity; ethics; positionality; writing from the body; gender and intersectionality; and achieving critical distance.

Part 4: Challenges: access and departure; choosing participants; research design; writing for different audiences; ethics in international research; research across boundaries; digital ethics; and publishing qualitative research.

Volume 2: Methods and Challenges

Part 1: Contemporary methods: interviews; autoethnography; rhetoric; archival analysis; stories and narratives; historical; discourse analysis; sociomateriality; fiction; metaphors; dramaturgy; group methods; diary; shadowing and thematic analysis.

Part 2: Visual methods: photographs; video; web images; drawing; semiotics and symbols; collages; documentaries.

Part 3: Methodological developments: aesthetics and smell; sewing quilts; netnography; ethnomusicality; fuzzy set comparative analysis; software; ANTI-history; emotion; and pattern matching.

 

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book-author

Catherine Cassell, Cathy Cassell, Ann L Cunliffe, Gina Grandy

publisher

SAGE Publications Ltd; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

1056 pages

language

English

asin

B078TGMC91

isbn10

1473926629

isbn13

9781473926622

Table of contents


Table of contents :
About the pagination of this eBook……Page 2
Volume 1……Page 3
Contents……Page 7
List of Figures……Page 10
List of Tables……Page 11
Notes on the Editors
and Contributors……Page 12
1: Introduction: Qualitative Research in Business and Management……Page 25
Part I:
Influential Traditions……Page 39
2: Positivist Qualitative Methods……Page 41
3: Qualitative Research as Interpretive Social Science……Page 57
4: Pragmatism: A Philosophy of Practice
……Page 78
5: Critical Management Studies
……Page 93
6: Poststructuralism……Page 110
7: Mixed Methods……Page 126
8: Resisting Colonization in Business and Management Studies: From Postcolonialism to Decolonization……Page 143
9: Feminist Methodologies……Page 162
10: Indigenous Qualitative Research……Page 178
11: An Introduction to Constructionism for Qualitative Researchers in Business and Management……Page 197
12: Hermeneutics: Interpretation, Understanding and Sense-making……Page 209
13: Critical Realism and Qualitative Research: An Introductory Overview……Page 225
14: Ethnomethodology
……Page 241
15: From Grounded Theory to Grounded Theorizing in Qualitative Research
……Page 257
Part II: Research Designs……Page 275
16: Researching Bodies: Embodied Fieldwork for Knowledge Work, Which Turns Out to Be Embodied
……Page 277
17: Organizational Ethnographies
……Page 294
18: Action Research: Knowing and Changing (in) Organizational Contexts……Page 310
19: Researching Organizational Concepts Processually: The Case of Identity
……Page 332
20: Designing Strategy as Practice Research……Page 352
21: The Case Study in Management Research: Beyond the Positivist Legacy of Eisenhardt and Yin?……Page 369
Part III:
The Researcher……Page 383
22: Achieving Critical Distance……Page 385
23: Reflexivity and Researcher Positionality……Page 401
24:
Muted Masculinities – Ethical and Personal Challenges for Male Qualitative Researchers Interviewing Women……Page 424
25: Writing through the Body: Political, Personal, Practical……Page 439
26: Intersectionality and Qualitative Research……Page 453
Part IV:
Challenges……Page 487
27: Choosing ParticipantsAccess and Departure……Page 489
28: Choosing Participants……Page 504
29: Qualitative Research across Boundaries: Indigenization, Glocalization or Creolization?
……Page 519
30: Conducting and Publishing Rigorous Qualitative Research……Page 539
31: Writing for Different Audiences……Page 556
32: Ethics Creep from the Core to the Periphery……Page 570
33: Digital Ethics……Page 586
Index……Page 604
Volume 2……Page 622
Contents……Page 626
List of Figures……Page 629
List of Tables……Page 630
Notes on the Editors
and Contributors……Page 631
1: Introduction: Qualitative Research in Business and Management……Page 642
Part I: Contemporary Methods……Page 656
2: Autoethnography
……Page 658
3: Archival Research
……Page 673
4: Rhetoric
……Page 688
5: Stories and Narratives
……Page 704
6: Organizational Discourse Analysis……Page 723
7: Towards the Wholesome Interview: Technical, Social and Political Dimensions
……Page 743
8: Group Methods
……Page 758
9: Sociomateriality and Qualitative Research: Method, Matter and Meaning
……Page 774
10: Analysing Fiction: The Example of Women’s Work in Disney Animations (1937–2013)
……Page 793
11: Dramaturgical Methods
……Page 811
12: Capturing the Complexity of Daily Workplace Experiences Using Qualitative Diaries
……Page 829
13: Going with the Flow: Shadowing in Organisations……Page 846
14: Thematic Analysis in Organisational Research
……Page 860
Part II: Visual Methods……Page 878
15: Photography in Qualitative Organizational Research: Conceptual, Analytical and Ethical Issues in Photo-Elicitation Inspired Methods
……Page 880
16: Drawing
……Page 903
17: Analysing Web Images
……Page 923
18: Making Meaning from Multimodality: Embodied Communication in a Business Pitch Setting
……Page 939
19: Collage Visual Data: Pathways to Data Analysis
……Page 954
20: Qualitative Research through Documentary Filmmaking: Questions and Possibilities
……Page 970
Part III: Methodological Developments……Page 986
21: Aesthetics: Working With
the Senses
……Page 988
22: Sewing in Management and Organisation Research: The Subversive Stitch and the Politics of Cloth Revisited
……Page 1013
23: Netnography for Management and Business Research
……Page 1025
24: Ethnomusicology
……Page 1039
25: Advances in Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA): Application of Fuzzy Set in Business and Management Research
……Page 1055
26: ANTi-History: An Alternative Approach to History
……Page 1072
27: ‘Use Your Feelings’: Emotion as a Tool for Qualitative Research
……Page 1091
28: Pattern Matching in Qualitative Analysis……Page 1109
29: Metaphorizing the Research Process……Page 1127
Index……Page 1147

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