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13 - Writing up a quantitative or qualitative project

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Appendix C: Examples of research articles writing up qualitative data
Adler, N. & Docherty, P. (1998). Bringing business into sociotechnical theory and practice. Human Relations, 51(3), 319–345.
Ashcraft, K. L. (1999). Managing maternity leave: A qualitative analysis of temporary executive succession. Administrative Science Quarterly, 44, 240–281.
Biereama, L. L. (1996). How executive women learn corporate culture. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 7, 145–164.
Bradley, l.M. & Ashkanasy, N. M. (1997). Using theory to structure qualitative research: An investigation of gender and identity in performance appraisal. In Dosier, L. N. & Bernard, J. Keys (eds.), Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 386–390.
Butterfield, K. D., Trevino, L. K., & Ball, G. A. (1996). Punishment from the manager's perspective: A grounded investigation and inductive model. Academy of Management Journal, 39(6), 1479–1512.
Currall, S. C., Hammer, T. H., Baggett, L. C., & Doniger, G. M. (1999). Combining qualitative and quantitative methodologies to study group processes. Organizational Research Methods, 2, 5–36.
Dougherty, D. & Hardy, C. (1996). Sustained product innovation in large, mature organizations: Overcoming innovation-to-organization problems. Academy of Management Journal, 39(5), 1120–1153.
Locke, K. & Golden-Biddle, K. (1997). Constructing opportunities for contribution: Structuring intertextual coherence and ‘problematizing’ in organizational studies. Academy of Management Journal, 40(5), 1023–1062.
Martin, J., Knopoff, K., & Beckman, C. (1998). An alternative to bureaucratic impersonality and emotional labor: Bounded emotionality at The Body Shop. Administrative Science Quarterly, 43(2), 429–469.
Mats, A. (1998). Gender relations and identity at work: A case study of masculinities and femininities in an advertising agency. Human Relations, 51(8), 969–1005.
Perlow, L. A. (1998). Boundary control: The social ordering of work and family time in a high-tech corporation. Administrative Science Quarterly, 43, 328–358.
Pratt, M. G. (1997). Organizational dress as a symbol of multilayered social identities. Academy of Management Journal, 40(4), 862–898.
Rafaeli, A., Dutton, J., Harquail, C. V., & Mackie-Lewis, S. (1997). Navigating by attire: The use of dress by female administrative employees. Academy of Management Journal, 40(1), 9–45.
Sackmann, S. (1992). Culture and subcultures: An analysis of organizational knowledge. Administrative Science Quarterly, 37, 140–161.
Warhurst, C. (1998). Recognizing the possible: The organization and control of a socialist labor process. Administrative Science Quarterly, 43(2), 470–497.