Morin, A. J, Gagne, M. & Bujacz, A. (2016). Feature topic: Person-centered methodologies in the organizational sciences. Organizational Research Methods,19(1), 8-9. United States of America: Sage Publications. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1177/1094428115617592
The aim of this Feature Topic is to highlight the benefits and limitations presented by person-centered research methods within the managerial and organizational research, and to illustrate recent developments in this methodological area. In line with Organizational Research Methods’ policies, we equally welcome proposals with a dominant methodological focus, proposals with a dominant pedagogical focus, as well as proposals with a dominant substantive (or rather, substantive-methodological synergy) focus. These later types of papers should aim to illustrate how these methods may be used to address important research questions.
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