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Procedural methodology for a grounded meta-analysis of qualitative case studies
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2010)
University researchers conduct large numbers of case studies in the field of consumer studies each year and many are published in the research journals. Although illuminative and rich in description, qualitative data ...
What counts as knowledge in the small school district: Superintendent's thoughts about decision-making
(American Association of School Administrators, 2010)
Based upon the words of small school-district superintendents, this article explores how superintendents might lead in these complex contexts. In national focus groups, thirty-five participants described their decision-making ...
Faculty tiering and academic inbreeding: one institution's relationships and realities
"Like inbreeding, if the proliferation of faculty tiering is problematic for academe, this institution is promoting faculty tiering, but at a lower rate than national trends. But, inbreeding and faculty tiering appear to ...
No rookies on rookies: compliance and opportunism in policy implementation
(Ohio State University Press, 2001)
This case study analyzes implementation of an institutional policy restricting the use of graduate teaching assistants in freshmen-level instruction. Findings suggest units viewed implementation as a hierarchically determined ...