Introdução à Chamada de Artigos Tutoriais de Pesquisa Qualitativa em Estudos de Administração Contemporânea para Edição Especial da RAC: Um Editorial



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Evelyn Lanka
Ali Rostron
Pallavi Singh
Sanjay Lanka

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No editorial da nossa edição especial, esboçamos uma perspectiva da pesquisa qualitativa e a necessidade de abordar o ensino de métodos qualitativos para ajudar a promover sua aplicação mais rigorosa em estudos contemporâneos de administração e gestão. Nesse sentido, a chamada de artigos tutoriais para publicação na RAC – Revista de Administração Contemporânea foi o mecanismo pelo qual buscamos promover a conscientização, a compreensão e o aprendizado de como pesquisadores em administração e gestão podem aplicar os métodos de pesquisa qualitativa de maneira adequada e eficaz. Esse editorial visa posicionar a edição especial da RAC e apresentar nossas reflexões sobre temas importantes e urgentes relacionadas à pesquisa qualitativa, temas que são fundamentais para o futuro desse tipo de pesquisa em nosso campo. Apresentaremos também os trabalhos aceitos na chamada de artigos tutoriais para essa edição especial e mostraremos como cada um contribui para a compreensão dos métodos de pesquisa qualitativa.



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Lanka, E., Rostron, A., Singh, P., & Lanka, S. (2022). Introdução à Chamada de Artigos Tutoriais de Pesquisa Qualitativa em Estudos de Administração Contemporânea para Edição Especial da RAC: Um Editorial. Revista De Administração Contemporânea, 26(4), e210333. https://doi.org/10.1590/1982-7849rac2022210333.en
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