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Using Grounded Theory Strategy: Constructing a Substantive Theory in Organisational Research

Abstract : Grounded Theory strategy (GTS) has been introduced almost 50 years ago as the approach developed significantly since that time and contributed to emergence of variety of GT strategies. Nevertheless, GTS still remains widely misunderstood in research practice as scholars incorporate limited spectrum of the GTS techniques and fail to integrate its potential in their inquiries. Therefore, the purpose of this article is 1) to discuss divergences between various GTS and by doing so to shed light on ‘the rhetorical wrestle’ between different variances of the strategy; 2) to demonstrate the potential of GTS by incorporating its constructive turn (Charmaz, 2006) into scientific inquiry; 3) to advocate for the increase use of constructive GTS (CGTS) in organisational research by utilising practical example of its implementation. By doing so the study contributed to the GT field by demonstrating how CGTS could be adopted in organisational research.
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Soumis le : jeudi 29 octobre 2015 - 10:37:30
Dernière modification le : jeudi 17 février 2022 - 12:18:04


  • HAL Id : hal-01222058, version 1



P. Koleva, Rodolphe Ocler, Miguel Delattre. Using Grounded Theory Strategy: Constructing a Substantive Theory in Organisational Research. 4ème conférence internationale et séminaire doctorale sur les méthodes de recherche, Colloque organisé en partenariat avec la « Research Methods Division », Jun 2015, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-01222058⟩



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