Qualitative Methods and Analysis in Organizational Research brings together and describes a wide range of qualitative methods in organizational research and shows how they can be used in practice. The diversity of methods provided highlights the range of work issues and environments in which qualitative methods can be applied. An introduction describes the development, position, and value of qualitative approaches in research in organizations. Each subsequent chapter takes a particular method as its theme, outlining the method and how it has been used in organizational research so far. It then provides a detailed example, with step-by-step instructions, of using the method and concludes with an evaluation of its strengths and weaknesses. Qualitative Methods and Analysis in Organizational Research complements and extends the previous qualitative methods in organizational research volume by these two editors. It provides further methods of qualitative data collection, while also covering methods for qualitative data analysis. Providing precise guidelines on carrying out specific forms of qualitative research, Qualitative Methods and Analysis in Organizational Research will be invaluable to researchers, students, and practitioners in management, organizational behavior, occupational and organizational psychology, industrial relations, and human resource management.Williamson, A., Gower, C. and Clark, B. (1994) a#39;Changing the hours of shiftwork: a comparison of 8- and 12-hour shift rosters in a group of computer operatorsa#39;, Ergonomics, 37: 287-98. Woolgar, S. ... Template Qualitative Research Diaries 1 1 7.
|Title||:||Qualitative methods and analysis in organizational research|
|Author||:||Gillian Symon, Catherine Cassell|
|Publisher||:||Sage Publications Ltd - 1998|