Doing "halfie" research in en emerging context: The case of Vietnam

Li Dao

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Abstrakt

This paper addresses the unique position of ‘halfie’ researchers in terms of challenges and contributions to meaningful knowledge. By using a case study of a halfie researcher travelling through her doctoral research process where she was confronted with the challenges of multiple identification constraints with regard to constructing a qualitative research design and doing fieldwork in Vietnam. The paper suggests that halfie advantages can be valuable contributions to knowledge creation, and the quality of halfie researches must be validated throughout a thoughtful, socially-constructed negotiation process taking identity constraints into consideration.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelEuropean International Business Academy
ForlagUniversity of Sussex
Publikationsdato2012
StatusUdgivet - 2012
BegivenhedEIBA 38th Annual Conference - University of Sussex, Brighton, Storbritannien
Varighed: 7 dec. 20129 dec. 2012

Konference

KonferenceEIBA 38th Annual Conference
LokationUniversity of Sussex
LandStorbritannien
ByBrighton
Periode07/12/201209/12/2012

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