Exploring Mixed Methods in Organizational Sciences

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work-4-680529-m Organizational Research Methods invites papers for a Feature Topic on Mixed Methods in the Organizational Sciences. Guest editors for this feature topic are Jose F. Molina-Azorin, Donald Bergh, Kevin Corley, and David Ketchen.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

– Philosophy of science issues related to mixed methods research

– Explanations of how mixed methods can help to carry out context specific research.

– Evaluations of how mixed methods can enhance organizational research by carrying out multilevel studies and bridging macro and micro inquiry

ORM_72ppiRGB_150pixW– Guidance on how mixed methods can simultaneously examine outcomes and process issues.

– Analysis of the implications and opportunities of mixed methods to bridge the science practice gap, emphasizing the relevance of mixed methods studies to practice.

– Development and validation of new measures using a mixed methods approach.

– Quality issues in mixed methods in organizational sciences.

Organizational Research Methods  welcomes empirical, conceptual, methodological and literature review papers.  The deadline to submit a 5 – 7 page proposal is June 30, 2014. All those interested are encouraged to read more by clicking here.

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One Response to “Exploring Mixed Methods in Organizational Sciences”

  1. February 18, 2014 | kuspfyi Says:

    […] FOR PAPERS: Exploring Mixed Methods in Organizational Sciences DEADLINE to submit a 5 – 7 page proposal 30 June […]

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