The difference in career development between the genders - Coggle Diagram
The difference in career development between the genders
Type of report
Stakeholders of the research topic
influence methodology and topic
Refers to theory and philosophy
= explaining things
= how we make sense of the observable word
The scientific research tradition
Empiricists (everything should rely on evidence)
Racionalists (Sense may be deceived so reason and ideas are crucial)
Robust empirical evidence
The interpretive research tradition
Understanding rather than explaining
Based on assumptions of hermeneutics
Study of experiences
Methodological implications for HR researchers
Analyse phenomena as issues
Researchers need to be objective
Flexibility may be required due to changes in the process
Knowledge constructed by humans making sense of environment
Preference for quantitative data
Structured research process
Test theory with data
Criticisms of the interpretive approach
Loss of direction
Time and resource constrainsts
Criticisms of the positvist approach
Problems of categorisation
Issues of the data
Revelance for applied research
Dealing with complexity
Reflects the complex nature of organizations
Opportunities to assess data
Enables one approach to provide ways into another
Offers the potential to investigate why and what happened
Time Duration - The research technique requires constant
involvement in arranging, taking activity, observing the impacts and reflecting. It may be challenging to record a few of the information.
Transparency of research process and outcome.
To establish ideas of "What Might Be"
To enable consent about "What Should Be"
The best of "What Is" an organisation
To Foster experience of "What Can Be"
Case study and Action research
Both research strategies are qualitative and quantitative
Action research is solidly grounded in understanding and promotes change. This means the researcher will be involved in the circumstances being investigated (researched) and will be part of a cycle of change that will carry on indefinitely.
ETHICS AND RESEARCH PROCESS
step by step process
articulate defining word
identify more additional words
bring words together into meaningful sentence
convert sentence into statement
HR related questions
Have staff groups raised any issues through their forums?
What projects would the HR team like to tackle if they had spare capacity?
Are any organisational policies or systems due to be revisited?
What HR developments may impact on the organisation in the next few
weeks and months?
What is currently bothering me/my boss/my department/my organisation?
What external issues could have an impact on the organisation in the future?
asking friends, family and other primary sources
ask experts such as lecturers or tutors
depends on expertise of our university
To find out the difference in career development between genders in different countries.
Influence on the topic
our personal circumstances
our personal skillset
access to data
personal research preferences
FOCUS OF THE PROYECT
Clearly stated aim
Definition of key concept
Definition of issues
Deffinition of context
Articulate one word, that define the topic
Identify other words, that are relevant to the topic
Determine the significance of words, which are necessary and which are not
Remaining words together
Convert the sentence into a statement
choose most appropriate
clarify focus and objectives
get ideas from past assignemnts or past project titles