SAGE Publications, May 2, 2012 - Business & Economics - 371 pages
Now in its Fourth Edition, this much loved text offers theoretical and philosophical depth without sacrificing what you need to know in practical terms. With an impressive suite of in-text features and online materials, as well as the authors’ ability to tackle complex issues in a clear and accessible way, Management Research makes the whole scope of management research methods approachable.
Inside you will find painless coverage of the entire research process as well as a critical, thoughtful treatment of important issues like ethics and politics, making this an invaluable companion to any student or researcher who needs to know about business and management research methods.
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1 INTRODUCING MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS RESEARCH
2 THE PHILOSOPHY OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
3 DESIGNING MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
4 THE POLITICS AND ETHICS OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
5 REVIEWING THE LITERATURE
6 CREATING QUALITATIVE DATA
7 FRAMING QUALITATIVE DATA
8 CREATING QUANTITATIVE DATA