Qualitative Research Applications in Organizational Communication
Edition: 2nd 2001
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Description: Explores the use of qualitative research methods to study organizational communication and to generate data for enhancing organizational performance and to help organizational representatives and/or consultants demystify the complexities of communicative influence on organizational studies.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Hampton Press, Incorporated
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|Introduction: The Power of Qualitative Research to Address Organizational Issues||p. 1|
|The Place of Literature in the Space of Qualitative Organizational Communication Research||p. 11|
|"Who's That in My Bed?": The Strange Bedfellows Made by the Politics of Applied Qualitative Research||p. 37|
|Communication Processes in the Field Research Interview Setting||p. 47|
|Using Focus Group Interviews for Preliminary Investigation||p. 63|
|Narrative Analysis and Organizational Development||p. 73|
|Toward Helping Organizations Manage Interaction: The Theoretic and Pragmatic Merits of the Critical Incident Technique||p. 91|
|Accounting for Care: Different Versions of Different Stories in the Health Care Context||p. 121|
|The Case Study: Revitalizing a Nonprofit Health Organization||p. 151|
|Ethnographic Analysis of Organizational Cultures||p. 171|
|The Dialectical Nature of Ethnography: Liminality, Reflexivity, and Understanding||p. 185|
|Untold Tales From the Field: Living the Autoethnographic Life in an AIDS Residence||p. 205|
|On the Use of Ethnomethodology for Critical Interpretive Organizational Research||p. 227|
|Using Qualitative and Quantitative Methods to Triangulate the Research Process: The Role of Communication in Perpetuating the Myth of Dangerous Drinking as the Norm on College Campuses||p. 251|
|Self-Consciousness and the Qualitative Researcher: Understanding Qualitative Methods and Organizational Ecology||p. 269|
|Author Index||p. 281|
|Subject Index||p. 293|
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