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Final Call for Abstracts for AOM PDW #12715 titled "Next Stop - Nerd Central: How to Get on the Research Methods Train"

  • 1.  Final Call for Abstracts for AOM PDW #12715 titled "Next Stop - Nerd Central: How to Get on the Research Methods Train"

    Posted 08-10-2020 18:22

    Dear colleagues,

     

    You are invited to participate in a PDW offered at AOM 2020.

     

    This workshop is for people who are interested in writing about methods but don't know where to start. The purpose of this workshop is to help neophytes to methods research get started on writing methods papers and is open to all AOM members, to all types of research methods (i.e., quantitative and qualitative), and to all levels of analysis (i.e., micro, meso, and macro research).

     

    1. The first part of the PDW features a panel discussion from experienced methodologists. Panel Q&A sessions are available online now!

     

    1. The second part of the PDW is a paper development workshop. This is our final call for methods paper abstracts! Those interested in Part 2 are encouraged to submit an abstract (not to exceed 300 words) describing an idea for a methods paper. Participants who submit an abstract will be paired with a mentor possessing relevant expertise on their paper idea. Participants will be able to ask questions of their assigned mentor, and mentors will offer advice and guidance directed towards helping participants develop their idea into a paper. Abstracts should be emailed to Anna Zabinski (anna.zabinski@okstate.edu) or Truit Gray(truit.gray@okstate.edu) by August 15, 2020.

     

    This PDW is endorsed by Organizational Research Methods, the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA), and Sage Publications.

     

    PDW Panelists and Mentors

    • Paul Bliese, The University of South Carolina
    • Janaki Gooty, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
    • Kathleen R. Keeler, The Ohio State University
    • Tine Köhler, The University of Melbourne
    • Dina V. Krasikova, University of Texas at San Antonio
    • Lisa Schurer Lambert, Oklahoma State University
    • Jane K. Le, WHU–Otto Beisheim School of Management
    • Hettie A. Richardson, Texas Christian University
    • Terri Scandura, University of Miami
    • Zitong Sheng, Curtin University
    • Christiane Spitzmueller, University of Houston
    • Larry J. Williams, Texas Tech University
    • Sang Eun Woo, Purdue University

     



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    Anna Zabinski
    Oklahoma State University
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