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Research Design in Qualitative Research

Throughout March we will explore research design, with a focus on theory and conceptual frameworks. Find the unfolding series here. This post is from this month’s Mentor in Residence, Sharon Ravitch. Qualitative research design is, most basically, the way that you, as a researcher, articulate, plan for, and set up the doing of your study. Research […]

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Stop Filling Gaps in Research, Start Innovating and Imagining

Despite, or probably due to, the increasing importance of (top-tier) publications — think of “publish or perish”, RAE/REF — published articles (including in top-tier journals) increasingly have an incremental contribution at the cost of more imaginative and innovative ideas. In this post, I will discuss this important problem and address the question asked by Mats Alvesson and Jörgen Sandberg in a forthcoming article, ‘has management studies lost its way?’

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Qualitative Methodologies: Equity & Local Knowledges

Throughout March we will explore research design, with a focus on theory and conceptual frameworks. Find the unfolding series here. This post is from this month’s Mentor in Residence, Sharon Ravitch. She segues from our February focus on Indigenous methods into a discussion of practical design steps for researchers who want to approach their work with […]

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