Varieties of qualitative research
John Van Maanen, James M. Dabbs, Robert R. Faulkner, American Psychological Association. Division of Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Sage, Oct 1, 1982 - Business & Economics - 152 pages
The authors of this volume highlight innovative ways of collecting and analyzing qualitative data about organizations and provide in-depth illustrations of three alternative strategies for using these data. The means of amassing data which are discussed include: videotape, time-lapse photography, and computer graphics.
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