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How to Design a Phenomenological Study to Explore a Corporate Culture

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By: Published: 2016 | Product: SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 1
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The purpose of this case study is to describe how to design a phenomenological study to gather an insight on organizational culture of corporations. I am describing how the research problem led to the research questions, which, in turn, determined my research method – phenomenology. I also outline details about different elements of the research design, including sampling strategy and process, data collection, and data analysis. The case study concludes with several lessons learned and discussion questions. This case should be of interviews to those who conduct organizational research or interested in phenomenology in other settings.

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