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‘Classic’ accounts of social capital have emerged
in accounts of stable networks or institutional
environments. These conditions do not apply in
the case of many firms – a cas...
Hall, H. (2003). Borrowed theory: applying exchange theories in information science research. Library and Information Science Research. 25(3), 287-306. doi:10.1016/S0740-8188(03)00031-8. ISSN 0740-8188
This article discusses the applicability of “borrowing” theory originally developed in other disciplines to information science research, and, in particular, the analytical co...
Pilcher, N. & Cortazzi, M. (2015). Dialogues: ‘QUANT’ researchers on ‘QUAL’ methods. Qualitative Report. 21(3), 450-473. ISSN 1052-0147
Qualitative researchers commonly perceive that positivist hard-science researchers and policies of governments deprecate qualitative methods and approaches. Curiously though, ...