By Barbara Czarniawska
From developing the fieldwork to writing up the study, this quantity takes readers in the course of the narrative method of qualitative examine with a spotlight on association reviews. encouraged via the paintings of Bakhtin, Eco, Rorty and Silverman, the writer demonstrates that narratives are nonetheless the most companies of information in all societies.
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There are at least three groups in competition with one another: managers, researchers, and professional consultants. If researchers represent managers, to whom do they represent them? If the researcher's role is to give the managers feedback, how can she or he convince managers that the picture presented will be of use to them? Can researchers say anything the managers do not already know ? The accounts above do refer to such difficulties, but the clearest illustration of the problem I have found comes from Gideon Kunda's (1992) corporate ethnography.
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Scholar, Nigel Nicholson, about negotiating research in industrial relations, where access had to be obtained simultaneously from management and from unions. Nicholson's conclusion is, I suppose I feel that in situations like these people are less interested in precisely what you want to do than what sort of person you are: whether you will put people's backs up, that you are trustworthy, not a left-wing infiltrator, that you are impartial, that you are not an idiot. The details of your programme tend only to be a major concern when you are on some specific problem solving exercise.
A Narrative Approach to Organization Studies (Qualitative Research Methods) by Barbara Czarniawska