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Creative Methods in Organizational Research
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Creative Methods in Organizational Research

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April 2008 | 184 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Written for the researcher who wants to inquire into organizational life in a creative way, this innovative book equips readers with the tools to gather and analyze data using stories, poetry, art, and theatre.

Ideas are substantiated by reference to appropriate theory and throughout readers are encouraged to reflect critically on the approach they have chosen and to be alert to ethical issues. Revealing case studies show how the research approaches covered in the book work in practice.

Challenging readers to reassess what is possible when conducting research, Creative Methods in Organizational Research will enrich the research experiences of graduate students in the fields of organization studies, management, and management education.  

Mike Broussine
Underlying Theories and Principles
Mike Broussine
The Seductive Qualities of Creative Methods
Critical Awareness

 
Mick Beeby and Peter Simpson
Creative Dialogue
Mike Broussine
Drawings and Art
Peter Simpson
Stories
Louise Grisoni
Poetry
Philip Kirk and Robert French
Masks and Theatre
Margaret Page and Mike Broussine
Reflections

Sample Materials & Chapters

PDF of Chapter Two

PDF of Chapter Five


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