The workshop will consist of two parts that you can choose both or just one:
Part I: Discourse analysis 10th of April, 9-10:30, Tellus Frost Club
Title: “It’s not what’s said that matters …”
Overview: This workshop will provide insights into the nature of discourse analysis and its use for examining spoken and written text. We will draw from the analytic tools proposed by Gee (2011) and colleagues, to scrutinise a company report, in order to better understand its purpose and underlying assumptions.
Part II: Visual and Autoethnography 10th of April, 11-13, Tellus Frost Club
Title: "New ways of seeing in management inquiry"
Overview: This workshop will consider whether conventional approaches to management inquiry provide us with the insights that we really need to understand many of the contemporary phenomenon that challenge organisations. We will examine the potential of two alternative research methods (visual and autoethnography) for examining the more complex and often intangible facets of organisations and their people.
Target group: Researchers and doctoral students at Human Sciences
Date: Tuesday 10th April
Place: Tellus Frost Club
Optional participation in one or the other part of the workshop or both.
Last updated: 21.3.2018