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CONTENTS

Interpretations and qualitative methods


The search for a view based


Call for Papers
Interpretations and qualitative methods .......................... 9
Martine HLADY RISPAL
Acknowledgments ............................................ 11
FOREWORD ........................................ 13
The word of the editorial board
Irreplaceable contributions of qualitative features to study human phenomena periods and very disturbed .................................... .15
FranckBOURNOIS, Christian BOURION
· On the diaries of the Enlightenment to Alerts Ethics hyper-modernity ............................ 18
· On the standards to life shorter and shorter ..................... 21
· The analysis tools stories .................................................. 22
· In the end, what is a qualitative research? ................ 26
· Conclusion ................................................................................. 27
· References ............................................................................. 27
· Some works of the authors ..................................................... 28
EDITORIAL: interpretive research ....................................................... 29
Interpretive Research: Characteristics and Criteria ............................ 31
Dvora YANOW & Peregrine SCHWARTZ-SHEA
PROLOGUE: building a richly informed representation ................. 39
Presentation of research
A response to needs expressed ......................................................... 41
Martine Hlady RISPAL
Epistemology
The issue of seeking a point of view in relation to an established organizational phenomenon
..................................... 49
Educated in the radical constructivist paradigm
Marie-José Avenier

· Prologue: a meeting with multiple interpretations .................... 50
· The paradigm Radical constructivist epistemology (PECR) .53
· The search for a view based on PECR ........................... 60
· Conclusion ................................................................................ 67
Bibliographic · References ........................................................ 68

CHAPTER 1: THE SPECIAL LAND ......................... 73
Case Studies
The family business .............................................................................. 75
What strategies "quality" data access for researchers qualitative?
Celine BARREDY

· Introduction .................................................................................. 75
· The interactive influence of mental models of the researcher and qualitative data provider .............. 78
· Some tracks and reflection to identify and isolate these influences ........................ 84
· Conclusion ........................................................ 92
· References ..................................................... 92
Qualitative Methods in Social Sciences
Business crime ....................................................................... 95
Methodological challenges of research in sensitive land
Anne Sachet MILLIAT

· Introduction ................................................ ...... 95
· A significant area of research ................................. 96
· The lack of access to sensitive land ......................... 100
· The main methods of collection of sensitive data ........ 106
· Conclusion ................................................ .............. 113
· References ................................................ ............... 113
· To go further ............................................. .115
CHAPTER 2: Adaptation of ......................... 117
Longitudinal studies of sensitive topics
The development of a research design ......................................... ... 119
Behind the scenes of qualitative research in management
Julien CUSIN
· Introduction ..................................................................... 119
· The theoretical sampling is a sensitive subject ......................... 121
· The question of timing in the study
Learning by failure ......................................... 130
· Conclusion ............................................................. 135
· References .......................................................... 137
· To go further .................................................. 139
Action Research
The cooperative approach in management science ..................................... 141
How to implement, validate and legitimize?
Research on clusters
Pierre-Laurent FELIX, Nathalie MERMINOD Christian DELEFIX .
· Introduction ............................................................. 142
· The Collaborative Action Research for Management Research ..................... 143
· The successive stages of a cluster ................... 149
· Replay of this research experience ................................. 153
· Conclusion ................................................................................... 158
· References .............................................................................. 158
Device located objectification Practices
The observatory of the organizing .............................................................. 161
The interpretation of materials derived from them
Pascal LIEVRE and Geraldine RIX LIEVRE
· Introduction ................................................................................ 161
· A qualitative research in the constructivist framework .............. 163
·Presentation of the Observatory .................................................... 165
· Conclusion ................................................................................. 174
· References ........................................................................... 177
· To go further ..................................................................... 178
CHAPTER 3: WEALTH OF INFORMATION ............................. 179
Case studies built
The conduct of case studies built .................................................. 181
When the researcher engages in a set of assembly
Martine HLADY RISPAL

· Introduction ................................................................................ 181
· A research strategy appropriate to the context résiliaire ........ 183
· The choice of a hybrid position ................................................. 186
· In search of intelligibility ............................................................. 190
· Conclusion ................................................................................... 198
· References .............................................................................. 199
· To go further .................................................................... 200
Narratives, Generic Knowledge
Multiple uses of narrative and visualization tools for a methodological process ........... 201
Marie-Noëlle ALBERT
· Introduction ................................................................ 201
· Interest and use ........................................................ 202
· Their role ............................................................................ 205
· Conclusion ....................................................................... 214
· References ................................................................... 215
· To go further ........................................................... 218
CHAPTER 4: EMERGENCE OF COMPUTER PROCESSING .. 219
Software for qualitative data analysis
A "quality challenge" phase of processing and interpretation of data .............. 221
The contribution of the NUD * IST software or contextualization continuous
Isabelle MAQUE
· Introduction ...................................................................... 221
· The software, a choice guided by the research objective ............... 224
· The ongoing contextualization: the relationship between codes ................ 231
· Conclusion ......................................................................... 238
· References .................................................................... 238
· For more information ........................................................ 240
CHAPTER 5: APPLICATION TO THE COMPLEXITY OF NETWORK:
A MIX between quality and quantity ................................... 241
The steering of social network and Small Firms: Findings from a compilation of data Two fold from businesses in the fabric of Economic east of France ........................ 243
Arnaud GUILLEMIN Wilfrid AZAN
· From Phenomenon to Fundamental Theory ................................... 244
· Legitimacy: an intangible asset? ............................................. 246
· Methodology and results ......................................................... 248
· Conclusion ................................................ .................................. 259
· Bibliography ................................................ ................................ 260
EPILOGUE ................................................. ....................... 267
Epilogue
The issue of seeking a review paper that accepts a classified basis .................. 269
Franck BOURNOIS, Christian BOURION
· The Klein syndrome and the effect Semmelweis ............................ 271
· Behaviour of reviewers Orthodox vis-à-vis 12 papers based ....................... 273
· Features papers submitted for evaluation ........................ 274
· Evaluation positive results ............................................. 277
Negative · Evaluation Method ...........................................281
· The form of rejection ....................................................................... 281
· Representation and values of reviewers .................................... 283
· The bottom of rejection .......................................................................... 285
· Proposals for reform for Reviewing ........................... 287
· In conclusion: to establish a code of ethics with warning system, consideration of classification in the list in section 37 ............. 292
SUMMARY .............................................................. 295
ABSTRACTS ................................................. ......... 303

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