English Research Writing

  1. Berthon, P., Pitt, L., Ewing, M., Carr, C.L. (2002). Potential research space in MIS: A framework for envisioning and evaluating research replication, extension, and generation. Information Systems Research, 13(4), 416-427.
  2. Corbin, J. and Strauss, A. (1990). Grounded theory research: Procedures, cannons, and evaluative criteria. Qualitative Sociology, 13(1), 3-21.
  3. Daft, R.L. (1983). Learning the craft of organizational research. Academy of Management Review, 8(4), 539-546.
  4. Eisenhardt, K.M. (1989). Building theories from case study research. Academy of Management Review, 14(4), 532-550.
  5. Gioia, D.A. and Pitre, E. (1990). Multiparadigm perspectives on theory building. Academy of Management Review, 15(4), 584-602.
  6. Mingers, J. (2001). Combining IS research methods: Towards a pluralist methodology. Information Systems Research, 12(3), 240-259.
  7. Summers, J.O. (2001). Guidelines for conducting research and publishing in marketing: From conceptualization through the review process. Journal of Academy of Marketing Sciences, 29(4), 405-415.
  8. Sutton, R.I. and Staw, B.M. (1995). What theory is not. Administrative Science Quarterly, 40, 371-384.
  9. Voss, G.B. (2003). Formulating interesting research questions. Journal of Academy of Marketing Science, 31(3), Summer 2003, 356-359.
    Smith, D.C. (2003). The importance and challenges of being interesting. Journal of Academy of Marketing Science, 31(3), 319-322.
  10. Wand, Y. and Weber, R. (2002). Research commentary: Information systems and conceptual modeling - A research agenda. Information Systems Research, 13(4), 363-376.
  11. Webster, J. and Watson, R. (2002). Analyzing the past to prepare for the future: Writing a literature review. MIS Quarterly, 26(2), xiii-xxiii.
  12. Whetten, D.A. (1989). What constitutes a theoretical contribution?. Academy of Management, 14(4), 490-495.

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