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Which Identities Matter?

Which Identities Matter?

Oct 17th, 2014No Comments

“Following V. D. Miller, Allen, Casey, and Johnson (2000) and Cheney (1983), we seek to characterize, rather than simply quantify, participants’ understandings of their attachments to group, organization,
and profession and the stresses associated with those attachments.”

Dilemmas in Qualitative Interviews

Dilemmas in Qualitative Interviews

Oct 3rd, 2014No Comments

“The paper explores some of the emotional and ethical tensions in analysing and presenting research results and briefly discusses some implications for research training.”

Dreams of the Informant about the Researcher

Dreams of the Informant about the Researcher

Aug 12th, 20143 Comments

“Moreover, just as the subjects’ covert expectations of the investigator may be revealed in their
dream reports and accompanying associations, the investigators may gain comparable insights by attending to their own dreams….If understanding both their patients’ transference and their own counter-transference feelings is the essential task of therapists in our own society, social scientists, working in exotic settings which the parameters of the researcher-informant relationship are impossible to control, ignore this same task at their peril.”

Organizational Neuroscience

Organizational Neuroscience

Jul 4th, 2014No Comments

The present article…[outlines] an intermediate, critical realist position, in which the insights of social neuroscience are one of a number of convergent building blocks that together point toward the need for a more embodied and socially situated view of cognition in management and organizations

Countertransference and Technique

Countertransference and Technique

May 9th, 2014No Comments

“Not uncommonly, the most effective interpretations are found to be those that stemmed from the analyst’s use of his countertransferential responses to the patient’s productions.”

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