Confronting the Digital: Doing Ethnography in Modern Organizational Settings

[We’re pleased to welcome Dr. A. Onajomo Akemu and Dr. Samer Abdelnour. Dr. Akemu recently published a guest editorial in Organizational Research Methods entitled, "Confronting the Digital: Doing Ethnography in Modern Organizational Settings," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Akemu reflects on the significance of the articles featured in this issue in the context of … Continue reading Confronting the Digital: Doing Ethnography in Modern Organizational Settings

Exploring Mixed Methods in Organizational Sciences

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 … Continue reading Exploring Mixed Methods in Organizational Sciences

What Really Drives the Research Design?

Kwok, Linchi (In press). "Exploratory-triangulation design in mixed methods studies:  A case of examining graduating seniors who meet hospitality recruiters’ selection criteria." Tourism and Hospitality Research. Qualitative vs. quantitative: which method is better? If they are equally valuable in social science, will the mixed methods approach (employing both qualitative and quantitative techniques) prove to be … Continue reading What Really Drives the Research Design?

Do Mixed Methods Articles Have a Higher Impact?

Jose F. Molina-Azorin, University of Alicante, investigates this question in the article, "The Use and Added Value of Mixed Methods in Management Research", published in the January 2011 issue of the Journal of Mixed Methods Research. .