Handbook of qualitative research methods in entrepreneurship / edited by Helle Neergaard, John Parm Ulhøi.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar, c2007.
Description
xvi, 499 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Introduction : methodological variety in entrepreneurship / Helle Neergaard and John Parm Ulhøi -- The entrepreneurship paradigm (I) revisited / William D. Bygrave -- Critical realism : a suitable vehicle for entrepreneurship research? / Richard Blundel -- Researching entrepreneurship as lived experience / Henrik Berglund -- Ethnographic methods in entrepreneurship research / Bruce A. Johnstone -- Building grounded theory in entrepreneurship research / Markus M. Mäkelä and Romeo V. Turcan -- An action research approach to entrepreneurship / Claire Leitch -- Recognizing meaning : semiotics in entrepreneurial research / Robert Smith and Alistair R. Anderson -- Media discourse in entrepreneurship research / Leona Achtenhagen and Friederike Welter -- A Foucauldian framework for discourse analysis / Helene Ahl -- Sampling in entrepreneurial settings / Helle Neergaard -- Catching it as it happens / Ethel Brundin -- Techniques in collecting verbal histories / Brian McKenzie -- Using e-mails as a source of qualitative data / Ingrid Wakkee, Paula D. Englis and Wim During -- The scientification of fiction / Jesper Piihl, Kim Klyver, and Torben Damgaard -- The quality of qualitative research in entrepreneurship / Caroline Wigren -- A critical realist approach to quality / Anne Billingtoft -- Daring to be different : a dialogue on the problems of getting qualitative research published / Robert Smith and Alistair R. Anderson -- Avoiding a strike-out in the first innings / Candida Brush -- Postscript : unresolved challenges? / John Parm Ulhoi and Helle Neergaard.
ISBN
  • 1843768356 (hardcover)
  • 9781843768357 (hardcover)
LCCN
2006011747
OCLC
67240082
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