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Purpose – This paper aims to present an innovative methodological framework developed out of primary research that will lead to new understanding about patterns in the strategic actions realised by firms within an industry. The framework is to be applied to increase understanding of how...
Purpose – This paper aims to analyse the manner in which “objectivist” grounded theory methodology has progressively developed since 1967 and how it has been employed by management researchers. Design/methodology/approach – The paper traces the methodological development of grounded...
Purpose – The paper aims to discuss liminal ethnography as a new approach for conducting research in segregated organisations. Design/methodology/approach – The paper proposes liminality as a conceptual key to understanding both the condition of the organisational ethnographer and that of her...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to self‐reflexively deconstruct a paper published by the author in 1996 about a Singaporean entrepreneur for whom the author worked. Through the deconstruction a number of important methodological and epistemological issues are raised. Firstly, the way...
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