A number of distinguished scholars believe that for theory development to occur within a field,
qualitative research must precede quantitative research in order for the field to progress toward
maturity. The purpose of this study was to investigate the international management literature
from 1991–2007 to ascertain current levels of use of qualitative, quantitative, conceptual and
joint (quantitative and qualitative) research methods in the field. Results indicate that scholars
employ quantitative methods more than qualitative methods. The implications of these findings
for future theory development and the generation of context relevant international management
knowledge are discussed.
It is crucial that any research inquiry be guided by a paradigm. However, many early career researchers do not
mention the research paradigm guiding their inquiry. Furthermore, qualitative and quantitative methods ...
De Jager, Liesl Mari(University of Pretoria, 2010-07-26)
In hierdie studie is psigoterapeutiese uitkoms navorsing gedoen (Lindegger, 1999). Die navorser het as intern opvoedkundige sielkundige ‘n groepgebaseerde gestalt-dramaterapie program van 12 sessies ontwikkel ten einde ...
Koornhof, Carolina, 1959-(Computer Society of South Africa, 1996)
The Homological transfer method is a very efficient research method which is based on similarities between manufacturing,
financial, educational, informational and other productive processes. The existence of these ...