Beckman, and Ellie Harmon.
Graebner, and Violina Rindova. Rouse and Spencer H. Corley, Courtney R. Masterson, and Beth S.
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Sign me up! In the introduction, Kramer and Elsbach describe the impetus for the volume: There were several sources of inspiration that motivated this volume. Kramer and Elsbach recruited 70 researchers to share their ideas and approaches to research: …we enlisted the aid of over 70 scholars—each an expert in a particular qualitative method or approach. Kramer 2.
Bartunek 3. Chen 5.
DeCelles 8. Bartunek 9. Haedicke and Tim Hallett Immersion Ethnography of Elites Brooke Harrington Silbey Pratt Shah and Andreea Gorbati Beckman, and Ellie Harmon Graebner, and Violina Rindova Harrison Adventures in Qualitative Research Connie J.
Few social researchers study elites because elites, by their nature, are very difficult to access. The contributors to this volume provide valuable insights on how. Few social researchers study elites because elites, by their nature, are very difficult to access. The contributors to this volume provide valuable.
Gersick Schinoff Kahl and Stine Grodal Kreiner Feldman, and Karen Golden-Biddle Besharov Although the studies focus on qualitative methodology, even researchers who emphasize more quantitative methods will benefit from this volume's thoughtful observations on how researchers gather data, construct interview strategies, write about their subjects, and experience the research process.
A wide range of researchers in organizational studies, sociology, political science, and many other fields will find this volume to be an important guide to the many subtle and elusive features of conducting successful research with these groups. Chapter 2 Reaching Corporate Executives.
The Study of Corporate Ethics. Learning from Researchers Accounts. Part ll Professional Elites. Fieldwork on Hollywood Elites.
Shenkar Eds. Cavusgil, S. Tracking the training and career of graduates of advanced degree programs in sport psychology, Faulkner, G. Since a typical respondent in international business research is a powerful elite person representing, for example, corporate headquarters, subsidiary management or an industry association it is timely the challenges associated with interviewing them receive attention from IB scholars. Attitudes and practices of African-American women regarding cigarette smoking: Implication for interventions. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Social Scientists and Anglican Clergy. Notes on the Ethnography of Local Community Elites. Ethnographic Writing on Militarism.