Understanding Management Research
An Introduction to Epistemology
This is an invaluable introduction for all students and researchers of management confronting a new research project.
Understanding Management Research provides an overview of the principal epistemological debates in social science and how these lead to and are expressed in different ways of conceiving and undertaking organizational research. For researchers and students who are increasingly expected to adopt a reflexive understanding of their own epistemological position, the authors present a concise, accessible guide to the different perspectives available and their implications for research output.
All students undertaking empirical research for theses and dissertations will find this book helps them comprehend the key ongoing debates and engage with their own pre-understandings when trying to make sense of management and organizations.
224 pages; ISBN 9781446230619
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Title: Understanding Management Research
Author: Phil Johnson; Joanne Duberley
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