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Handbook of Research Methods on Human Resource Development
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`An impressive range of HRD scholars have contributed to this excellent Handbook which offers a timely addition to both the HRD and the research methods literatures. HRD researchers who consult this book will find a thoughtful pathway through the debates and dialogues that feature in our dynamic and evolving field. The book provides practical guidance about research making use of emerging as well as established forms of data and approaches to analysis that can advance knowledge in the HRD domain. I commend it to novice as well as to experienced researchers. I will certainly be referring to it myself as I seek to develop my expertise as an HRD scholar and researcher.' -- Valerie Anderson, University Forum for HRD
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Edited by Mark N.K. Saunders, Professor of Business Research Methods, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham and Paul Tosey, Senior Lecturer in Management, Surrey Business School, University of Surrey, UK
Contents: Acknowledgements 1. Introduction: The Variety of Methods for Researching HRD Mark N.K. Saunders and Paul Tosey PART I CONCEPTUAL ISSUES 2. Paradigms, Philosophical Prisms and Pragmatism in HRD Research Bob Hamlin 3. HRD Research and Design Science Eugene Sadler-Smith 4. Scholarly Practice in HRD Research Jeff Gold, Tim Spackman, Diane Marks, Nick Beech, Julia Calver, Adrian Ogun and Helen Whitrod-Brown 5. Using Systematic Review Methodology to Examine the Extant Literature Celine Rojon and Almuth McDowall PART II QUALITATIVE RESEARCH 6. Ethnographic Research in HRD - Managing a Betrayal? Dawn Langley 7. In (Re)search of the Self: Autoethnography in HRD Research Sally Sambrook 8. Opening the Visual Methods Toolbox Kate Black and Russell Warhurst 9. The Use of Photo Elicitation Interviewing in Qualitative HRD Research Russell Warhurst and Kate Black 10. Action Research for HRD Research Rosalie Holian and David Coghlan 11. Critical Action Learning Research: Opportunities and Challenges for HRD Research and Practice Kiran Trehan and Clare Rigg 12. Facilitating Learning Using the Service Template Extended Process (STEP) Within a Process Consultation Framework Mark N.K. Saunders, Paul Tosey, Claire Jones, Christine S. Williams 13. Emergent Discourses of Learning and Community Formation: Exploring Social Media for Professional Learning Peter Evans 14. And What Kind of Question is That? Thinking About the Function of Questions in Qualitative Interviewing Paul Tosey PART III QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH 15. Using Questionnaire Surveys to Gather Data for Within Organisation HRD Research Cinla Akinci and Mark N.K. Saunders 16. Now You See Them, Now You Don't: Using Online Surveys in HRD Longitudinal Research Jim Stewart and Victoria Harte 17. Maximising Telephone Survey Participation in International HRD Research Maura Sheehan, Mark N.K. Saunders and Catherine L. Wang 18. Using Critical Incidents and Vignette Technique in HRD Research to Investigate Learning Activities and Behaviour at Work Regina H. Mulder 19. Accounting for Complexity: Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) in HRD Research Christoph Koenig, Gerhard Messmann, Regina H. Mulder and Sven De Maeyer 20. Using Systematic Content Analysis to Establish Theory-practice Links in HRD Literature Rob F. Poell PART IV METHODOLOGIAL CHALLENGES 21. The Competing Interests of Paradigm and Praxis in Critical HRD Research: Incorporating Quantitative Methods to Enact Critical Practice Jamie L. Callahan and Gary Connor 22. Mixed Methods in HRD Research: Theory and Practice from a Study of Hong Kong SMEs Steven Tam and David E. Gray 23. Key Issues for Gender Research in HRD: A Multi-stakeholder Framework for Analysing Gendered Media Constructions of Women's Leaders Sharon Mavin and Jannine Williams 24. Leadership Development as a Method of Enquiry: Insights from a Post-structuralist Perspective Carole Elliott and Valerie Stead 25. Navigating Extra Sensitive Research Topics Utilizing Content Analysis and Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS) Thomas Garavan and Cliodhna MacKenzie Index