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Constructing research questions : doing interesting research / Mats Alvesson, Jorgen Sandberg.

By: Alvesson, Mats, 1956-.
Contributor(s): Sandberg, Jorgen.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: H62 .A5474 2013Publication: Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications, 2013Description: viii, 141 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781446255926 (hbk.); 9781446255933 (pbk.); 1446255921 (hbk.); 144625593X (pbk.).Subject(s): Social sciences -- Research -- Design | Questionnaires -- Design
Contents:
1 Research Questions: A Core Ingredient in Developing Interesting Theories -- 2 The Context of Constructing and Formulating Research Questions -- 3 Gap-Spotting: The Prevalent Way of Constructing Research Questions in Social Science -- 4 A Critical Evaluation of Gap-Spotting Research: Does It Lead to Interesting Theories? -- 5 Problematization as a Methodology for Generating Research Questions -- 6 Applying the Problematization Methodology in Practice -- 7 Why Does Gap-Spotting Dominate When It Reduces the Chance to Create Interesting Theories? -- 8 Constructing Interesting Research Questions: Problematization and Beyond.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1 Research Questions: A Core Ingredient in Developing Interesting Theories -- 2 The Context of Constructing and Formulating Research Questions -- 3 Gap-Spotting: The Prevalent Way of Constructing Research Questions in Social Science -- 4 A Critical Evaluation of Gap-Spotting Research: Does It Lead to Interesting Theories? -- 5 Problematization as a Methodology for Generating Research Questions -- 6 Applying the Problematization Methodology in Practice -- 7 Why Does Gap-Spotting Dominate When It Reduces the Chance to Create Interesting Theories? -- 8 Constructing Interesting Research Questions: Problematization and Beyond.

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