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Narrative Methods for Organizational and Communication Research

by Boje D SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
04/2001
ISBN:
9780761965862
Format:
Hbk 160 pages
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`The book is a unique and excellent introduction to postmodern narrative analyses' -

Introduction Deconstruction Analysis Grand Narrative Analysis Microstoria Analysis Story Network Analysis Intertextuality Analysis Causality Analysis Plot Analysis Theme Analysis

'An impressive achievement. Dave Boje's book deals with the complex issue of organisational narrative in a lively yet authoritative way. A major contribution to advancing organizational theory as a multi-voiced methodology.' - John Hassard Manchester School of Management, UMIST 'This is an important book. It is a major methodological contribution to critical, postmodern studies of organizations and management. It is essential reading for critical management scholars'- Robert P Gephar Jr, University of Alberta School of Business
Ph.D.; University of Illinois.Critical Postmodern studies, storytelling, narrative ethnography, content analysis, deconstruction and rhetorical analysis