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Panel 20 The Merits of Three Qualitative Research Methods
ICIS 1996 Proceedings
  • Michael Myers, University of Auckland
  • Heinz Klein, Binghamton University
  • Duane Truex, Georgia State University
  • Eleanor Wynn, Oregon Graduate Institute
Publication Date
12-31-1996
Abstract
There has been growing interest in qualitative research methods and their application to information systems in recent years. Since 1990 panels and/or workshops on qualitative research methods have become a regular feature of ICIS. Prominent among the variety of research strategies which have been suggested in the research literature are case studies, grounded theory, ethnography (Harvey and Myers 1995; Wynn 1991), phenomenology, semiotics (Klein and Truex 1995), hermeneutics, critical hermeneutics (Myers 1994) and critical theory approaches.
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Michael Myers, Heinz Klein, Duane Truex and Eleanor Wynn. "Panel 20 The Merits of Three Qualitative Research Methods" (1996)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/duane_truex/4/