We are excited to invite you to the 5th iteration of this highly popular AOM PDW on ethnographic methods, where you have the opportunity to engage with and learn from seasoned scholars with tremendous experience in producing immersive and ethnographic organizational research. This PDW is for you if you are interested in immersive research methods; discussion is designed to be useful to both novice and experienced researchers.
FORMAT: Hybrid Interactive: live in Seattle + virtual participation online
DATE/TIME: Aug 5 2022, 9:00AM to 12:00PM (Pacific time, UTC-7)
This year's PDW brings together the following illustrious scholars:
The PDW will comprise three segments:
To participate in the PDW, please fill out the pre-registration form at https://forms.gle/4s8kPM7cDCZg4fQ78
To be considered for the developmental discussion roundtables, please submit a one-page project summary that includes the following: title of the study, 3 or 4 keywords that best describe the study, 1 or 2 paragraphs describing the research question, empirical context of the study, theoretical lenses (if any), and specific questions about your project that you would like feedback on (e.g., gaining access to the field, writing, theorizing, data analysis, etc.). Abstracts must be emailed to Leanne Hedberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) by July 18. Selected participants will be mentor-matched with a panelist and notified no later than July 25.
We are encouraged by the ever-growing interest in ethnographic work in organizations. This PDW is open to all AOM Annual Meeting attendees and always reaches maximum capacity quickly; please pre-register soon. Please note that completing the pre-registration form reserves a spot for you in the PDW but does not guarantee you a spot in a developmental roundtable discussion. Send questions regarding abstracts for roundtable consideration to Leanne Hedberg at email@example.com. For all other questions related to the PDW, please contact Celeste Diaz Ferraro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celeste Diaz Ferraro, Leanne Hedberg, and Asma Zafar