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  • Rapid Assessment: Qualitative Inquiry “To Go”

    Rapid Assessment: Qualitative Inquiry “To Go”

    "The rapid assessment process allows a team of at least two researchers to develop a preliminary understanding of a complicated situation in which issues are not yet well defined, an insider’s perspective is needed, and there is not sufficient time or other resources for long-term, traditional qualitative research."

  • Organizational Ethnography

    "For the longest time, I felt somehow de-legitimate as an ethnographer, seeing as how I lacked the formal education and degree(s) – the credentialing – that would make me a bona fide member of the tribe."

  • “The Borders of Disciplines…

    “The Borders of Disciplines…

    ...are historically constituted and...fundamentally arbitrary."

  • Beyond the Dyad

    Beyond the Dyad

    "My suggestion here is that our current emphasis on the dyad, rather than simply reflecting empirical reality more accurately, is itself part of a set of practices and tacit assumptions that go beyond and produce that reality."

  • Organizational Culture Embodiment

    "This article explores culture from an embodiment perspective. In contrast to more cognitive, social, or emotional aspects of culture, the authors focus on the physical/perceptual aspects of culture. The authors term this as “pre-reflective” or preceding conceptualization. This is a contribution to the literature which is almost purely based on cognitive approaches to culture and human experience."