Qualitative Research in Management and Organization Conference 2010

Conference Papers

  • Aggerholm, Dr. Helle Kryger. Downsizings: survivors' discursive constructions of varying archetypical identities.
  • Andersen, Mona Agerholm. Making Sense of Employee Discourses. A Multidimensional Reception Model for Analyzing Employee Identification with Corporate Values.
  • Barge, J. Kevin. Practice-Based Evidence and Action Research.
  • Bonneau, Line. Revealing Time: Making the Invisible Visible.
  • Cowan, Dr. Jim. Humanising the public services: the challenge to write.
  • Engstrom, Craig Lee. Shadowing Practices: Means, Motives, and Opportunities
  • Kalthoff, Herbert. Theoretical Empiricism. On the relation between qualitative research and sociological theory.
  • King, Kathleen J.L. Action Inquiry, extended epistemology and relational practice as foundations for doctoral research with a difference.
  • Mahadevan, Jasmin. Writing organizational culture: Can you offer ethnography while being owned by the field?
  • Mayer, Claude-Helene, and Boness, Christian Martin. Managing cross-cultural conflicts in ecclesiastical organizations in Tanzania.
  • Prasad, Pushkala. Veiled Remarks: Following the Discourse of the Islamic Headscarf in the Scandinavian Workplace.
  • Reilly, Rosemary C. Found poems as a dimension of representational trustworthiness.
  • Rennstam, Jens, and Ashcraft, Karen Lee. From knowledge work to knowledge in work. Epistemologies of knowledge in organization studies.
  • Sergi, Viviane, and Hallin, Anette. Thick Performances, Not Just Thick Descriptions: The Processual Nature of Qualitative Research
  • Shotter, John. The role of descriptive concepts in a practice-situated, hermeneutical-phronetic social science.
  • Skovira, Robert Joseph. Agile ethnography: A re-imagining of ethnography for use in organizational life.
  • Smith, Dr. Lisa Mooney. The Humanities Value Chain: A Framework for Knowledge Transfer in the Modern University.
  • Tracy, Sarah J. The Criteria Controversy: Why Qualitative Research is still Judged by Functionalist Yardsticks, and What We Can Do About it.
  • Wood, Martin and Brown, Sally. Lines of Flight: Everyday Resistance Along England’s Backbone.