Disciplinas

Metodologia da Pesquisa Qualitativa em Administração


Disciplina: EAD5962-2

Área de Concentração: 12139

Número de Créditos: 4

Carga do curso:

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Objetivos:
Fornecer subsídios aos alunos para planejamento e realização de pesquisas qualitativas de qualidade, incluindo: coerência em relação às tradições de pesquisa, adequação na definição da metodologia e técnicas de pesquisa qualitativa e rigor na coleta e análise dos dados qualitativos.

Justificativa:
A abordagem qualitativa tem sido amplamente utilizada em pesquisas na área de Administração. O oferecimento de uma disciplina sobre metodologia da pesquisa qualitativa fornece subsídios para a formação dos estudantes, em relação ao planejamento e condução de pesquisas desta natureza, contribuindo indiretamente para a qualidade das pesquisas realizadas.

Conteúdo:
Introdução à pesquisa qualitativa (tradições de pesquisa e coerência); revisão bibliográfica e papel da teoria na pesquisa qualitativa; métodos de pesquisa qualitativa; método do estudo de caso e protocolo de pesquisa; coleta e análise de dados qualitativos; ética na pesquisa qualitativa; critérios da pesquisa qualitativa de qualidade; apresentação da pesquisa qualitativa.

Avaliation methods:
atividades de preparação da disciplina; projeto de pesquisa qualitativa e participação em aula

Notas:

Bibliografia:
Leitura obrigatória / Required Reading
Bansal, P. & K. Corley (2012). From The Editors - Publishing In AMJ - Part 7: What’s Different About Qualitative Research?, Academy of Management Journal, 55, 3, p. 509–513.
Creswell, J.W. (2013). Qualitative inquiry and research design: choosing among five approaches. Chapter 6: Introducing and focusing the study (pages 129-144); Chapter 7: Data collection (pages 145-178). Sage.
Dubé, L. & G. Paré (2003). Rigor in IS Positivist Case Research: Currents Practices, Trends, and Recommendations, MIS Quarterly, 27, 4. ISSN 0276-7783
Eisenhardt, K. (1989). “Building Theory from Case Study Research”, Academy of Management Review, 14 (4), 1989, p. 532-550
Gephart, Robert (1999) “Paradigms and research methods”. Academy of Management, Research Methods Division, Research Methods Forum, Vol. 4.
Langley, A. and Abdallah, C. (2011). “Templates and turns in qualitative studies of strategy and management” In: Building Methodological Bridges – Research Methods in Strategy and Management, Volume 6, pages 105-140.
Miles, M.B., and Huberman, A.M. (1984) Qualitative Data Analysis: a Sourcebook of New Methods, Sage, Newbury Park, CA.
Pozzebon, M.(2004). “Conducting and Evaluating Critical Interpretive Research: Examining Criteria as a Key Component in Building a Research Tradition”. In: Information Systems Research: Relevant Theory and Informed Practice. Ed. Kaplan, B. et al., London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004, Chapter 16, pp. 275-292.
Shah, S.K. et Corley, K.G. (2006). "Building better theory by bridging the quantitative-qualitative divide" Journal of Management Studies, 43(8), (1821-1835).
Van Maanen, J. (1979) Reclaiming Qualitative Methods for Organizational Research: A Preface. Administrative Science Quarterly, 24: 520-524.
Webster, J. and Watson, R.T. (2002). “Analyzing the Past to Prepare for the Future: Writing a Literature Review,” MIS Quarterly, (26:2), R13-23.
Whetten, D.A. (1989) What Constitutes a Theoretical Contribution? Academy of Management Review, vol. 14, no. 4, 490-495.


Leitura complementar / Aditional Reading

Barley, S. (2006) “When I Write My Masterpiece: Thoughts on What Makes a Paper Interesting”, Academy of Management Journal, 49(1): 16-20.
Barley, S.R. (1986). “Technology as an Occasion for Structuring: Evidence from Observation of CT Scanners and the Social Order of Radiology Departments,” Administrative Science Quarterly, (31), pp. 78-108.
Berg, B.L. (2001). Qualitative Research Methods for the Social Sciences. Massachusetts: Allyn & Bacon.
Denzin, N.K. and Lincoln, Y.S. (1994). Handbook of Qualitative Research. Sage Publications, California.
Dyer, W. G. et A. L. Wilkins (1991). “Better Stories, Not Better Constructs, to Generate Better Theory: A rejoinder to Eisenhardt”, Academy of Management Journal, vol. 16, no 3, p. 613-627.
Edmondson, A. and McManus, S. (2007) “Methodological Fit in Management Field Research”, Academy of Management Review, 32(4): 1155-1179.
Glesne, C. (1999) Becoming Qualitative Researchers. New York: Longman.
Gregor, S. (2006) The nature of theory in Information Systems. MIS Quarterly, Vol. 30 No. 3. pp. 611-642
Guba, E. & Lincoln, Y.S. (1994). Competing paradigms in qualitative research, in Handbook of Qualitative Research, par Denzin, N. K., (105-117).
Langley, A. (1999) “Strategies for Theorizing from Process Data,” The Academy of Management Review, (24:4), pp. 691-711.
Lincoln, Y.S., and Guba, E.G. (1985) Naturalistic Inquiry, Sage, Beverly Hills, CA.
Mason, J. (1997). Qualitative Researching. London: Sage Publications.
Patton, M.Q. (2002) Qualitative Evaluation and Research Methods. California: Sage Publications.
Prasad, Pushkala (2005) Crafting Qualitative Research. M.E. Sharpe. New York, 340 pages.
Stake, R.E. (1998). Case Studies. In: Strategies of Qualitative Inquiry by Denzin, N.K. and Lincoln, Y.S. (Eds.). Sage Publications, California. Pages 445-454
Yin, Robert K. (2008) Case Study Research, Design and Methods, 4th edition, Sage Publications, London, 2008, 240 pp.