|Time||Presentations Stream 1
Acoma A & B
|Presentations Stream 2
Lobo A & B
|Tuesday, April 15th
4.00pm - 6.00pm
6.30pm - 9.00pm
Arrival and Onsite Registration, SUB Building, UNM
Keynote Speech and Introductory Dinner. SUB Ballroom C
Welcome – Ann Cunliffe.
Conference Dinner and Keynote
Changing the “Subject” of Qualitative Research: Communication, Organizing, and the Politics of Common Sense
Dennis Mumby, University of North Carolina, USA.
|Wednesday, April 16th
9.00am – 10.40am
|Chair: Michaela Driver
Women Academics in the Cognispheric Workplace:
A Digital Duoethnography
Janet Salmons, Capella University & Victoria Boynton, State University of New York at Cortland, USA
Avatars, Personas, and Other Tricks of the Trade of Online Ethnography.
Dariusz Jemielniak, Kozminski University, Poland.
"Consultations on Conflict": How Executive Coaches Describe and Rationalize the Dark Side of Female Assertiveness in the Workplace.
Margaret M. Brooks, Arizona State University, USA
Enactivism as an Approach to Social Cognition.
The Example of How Social Cognition of Artificial Intelligence Impacts the Organization of Work.
Aleksandra Przegalinska. Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland.
|Chair: Sarah Tracy
Going Back to Our (non-linear) Roots: Celtic Mythology and Narrative Methods.
Jackie Ford, University of Leeds, Nancy Harding, University of Bradford & Mariana Fotaki, University of Warwick, UK.
The Silent Concept in Qualitative Research
Daniella Fjellström, Uppsala University, Sweden, & David S. A. Guttormsen, University of Warwick, UK
Their Stories/My Research: A Critical Reflection of Ethnographic Organizational Communication Research.
Andy Kai-chun Chuang, Metropolitan State University of Denver, USA
Shaping Food Production: A Dialectical Analysis of Organizational Tensions about what Constitutes Healthy Foods.
Alison Henderson, University of Waikato, NZ,
Linda Putnam, University of California Santa Barbara, USA.
|10.40am – 11.00am||Coffee||Coffee|
11.00am – 12.30pm
|Chair: Jackie Ford
Researching the Lacking Subject: Inquiring into Subjectivity from a Lacanian Perspective.
Michaela Driver, Western State Colorado University, USA
Three Voices, Three Subjectivities, Three Struggles.
Liz Hayes, Corp Community; Clare Hopkinson, University of West of England, & Alan Taylor, Coventry University, UK
Capturing and (Re)presenting Subjectivities: Examining Soundscapes of Voice/Silence in Organisational Life.
Diane Burns, University of Sheffield, UK.
Subjectivity in Organizational Identity Inquiry – Case of Auto-ethnography.
Lukasz Sulkowski, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland & University of Social Sciences, Warsaw, Poland.
|Chair: Chris Mclachlan
Critical Realism in Leadership Studies: The Application of the Critical Incident Technique.
Gregory Bott & Dennis Tourish. Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.
Engaging Meaning in Motion: Proposing a Critical Interview Methodology.
Amy K. Way & Robin Kanak, Villanova University &
Sarah J. Tracy, Arizona State University, USA.
Toward Wholeness: An Action Research Strategy to Improving Provider and Client Health.
Carizma Chapman & Kisha Bashikaratee, Loma Linda University, USA
Nonprofit Sector Leadership: What Does it Really Look Like?
Monika Hudson & Keith Hunter, University of San Francisco, Darlene Rodriguez, Salem College, & Pier Rogers, North Park University, USA.
|12.30pm – 1.15pm||Lunch||Lunch|
1.15pm – 3.00pm
|Chair: Janet Salmons
Police Stories as Alienation: Exploring Our Writing with “Triple Reflectivity”.
John T. Luhman & Andy F. Nazario, Eastern New Mexico State University, USA
(Inter)subjectivity and the Research Pair.
Carrie M Duncan & Sara R.S.T.A. Elias, University of Missouri, USA.
Multiple Lenses of Self and Other: A Dialogical Reading of Video Recordings, Others' Accounts & One's Own Fieldnotes to Explore "What is Going on Here" in Social Interaction.
Clare Mumford, Open University, UK.
Investigating Institutional Work through the Lens of Lived Experiences of Organisational Change.
Louise Grisoni, Oxford Brookes University, UK.
|Chair: Karen Locke
Relational Subjectivity: Recovering our Living Relations to our Surroundings.
John Shotter, University of Leeds, UK
Working on Organizational Contradictions through Narratives: A Situated Dialogic Action-Research Case.
Giuseppe Scaratti, Elisa Liberati, Laura Galuppo & Mara Gorli, Catholic University of Milan, Italy.
Toward a Meaningful, Multi-sited, Big-data Qualitative Data Analysis.
Sarah J.Tracy, Shawna Malvini Redden, Margaret Brooks, Louise Clark, Phil Mulvey, Michael Shafer, Arizona State University & Elizabeth Hall, University of California, LA, USA.
Hosts, Guests and Textualized Selves: Subjectivity in (Privatized) Sharing Economy.
Karolina Mikolajewska, Kominki University, Poland
|3.00pm – 3.30pm||Coffee||Coffee|
3.30pm – 5.00pm
|Chair: Karen Golden-Biddle
Subjectivity and the I/We in Team Based Ethnography.
Rebecca Gill & Joshua Barbour, Texas A & M University, USA
A Museum, Shared Professional Spaces & Social Distance: Or Can there be not Auto-ethnographic Ethnography?
Małgorzata Adamczyk, Kozminski University, Poland
The Politics of Access in Fieldwork: Infiltration, Backstage Dramas and Deflection.
Rafael Alcadipani, FGV-EAESP, Brazil & Ann L Cunliffe, University of Leeds, UK.
Ethnographic Practice: An Ontological Odyssey?
Tim Butcher, RMIT University, Australia
Chair: Dariusz Jemielniak
Ontological Angst: Why Critical Realism won’t do for Justifying a Mixed Methodology PhD.
Julie Wilson, University of Leeds, UK
Social Epistemology, Epistemic Imbalances and Decision Making Processes in Groups.
Catherine Kelly, University of Roehampton, UK.
Economization of Emotions at the Workplace – How Personal and Social Relations at Work become Objectified and Managed.
Agata Dembek, Kozminski University, University of Warsaw, Poland.
Chair: Andy Kai-chun Chuang
Emancipating Reflexive Voice in Developing Contemporary Graduate Identity: The Role of Synthesis, Critical Thinking and Design Thinking.
Elizabeth Johnston & Anthony Kortens, University of Phoenix, USA
Reflexivity and Disclosure: Methodological Trends in Tension?
James Michael Fortney, Western Washington University & Kate Lockwood Harris, University of Colorado Boulder, USA.
Beyond the Wounds: The SCAR Project as Space for Female Breast Cancer Patients’ New Gender Identities.
Hyunji Doh & Donnalyn Pompper
|6.30pm – 9.30pm||Conference Dinner and Keynote Speech. Sheraton Hotel
Self-Making and the Brain
Emily Martin, Professor of Anthropology
New York University, USA
9.00am – 10.30am
|Chair: Ann Cunliffe
Expanding Queer Reflexivity: Shifting Social Identities, Shifting Meta-theoretical Commitments.
James McDonald, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA.
Philosophy as Praxis? Navigating Ontology and Subjectivity in Qualitative Interviewing.
Chris Mclachlan & Reece Garcia, University of Leeds, UK
Complicating the Researcher as Privileged Ally in Scholarship on Difference, Power, and Organizing.
Elizabeth K Eger, University of Colorado, Boulder.
|Chair: Donnalyn Pompper
Merging Research, Education and Local Development – Semi-focused Groups for an Engaged Scholarship.
Frederic Bill, Kozminski University / Linnaeus University, Sweden
Banking on the Poor?: Universalizing Discourses of Social Initiatives under the Guise of ‘Value’.
Carolyn Day, University of South Florida, USA
Participants as Collaborators: Engaging the Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM) to guide an Appreciative Cooperative Inquiry.
Ilene C. Wasserman, Innovative Communities at the Workplace
|10.30am – 11.00am||Coffee||Coffee|
11.00am – 1.00pm
|Chair: Elena P. Antonacopoulou
Subjectivity Dead and Reborn: Managers’ Narrative Work to Maintain Agency in Paradoxical Contexts.
Klaus Majgaard, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.
Miscarriage and Negative Space: Using Autoethnography to Research Taboo Topics.
Elizabeth Siler, Worcester State University & Emily T. Porschitz, Keene State College, USA.
Interrogating Social Identity, Power, and Difference
In Researcher-Researched Relationship Dynamics.
Donnalyn Pompper, Temple University, USA.
Communication in Space, Freedom in Time. Spatialization, Subjectivity, and Representation of Temporal Experience.
Ray Montagno, Ball State University & Ioan Muntean,
University of Notre Dame, USA.
|Chair: Gregory Bott
The Influence of French National Culture upon an American Workplace.
Debra Borkovich & Robert Skovira, Robert Morris University, USA.
Assimilation Barriers, Lost Status, and Family Destabilizations: Perspectives of African Refugees on Organizational Challenges in the US.
Jonathan Camp, Abilene Christian University & J. Garpue Lieway, William V.S. Tubman University, USA
Ethnic Identity as Discursive Practices.
Geetha Karunanayake, University of Hull, UK
A Crystalized Approach to Identity Performances in Airport Security: Connecting Multi-level Discursive Analysis with Embodied, Embedded Ethnographic Research.
Shawna Malvini Redden, Arizona State University, USA.
|1.00pm – 1.45pm||Lunch||Lunch|
1.45pm – 3.30pm
|Chair: Julie Wilson
The Role of Organization Employment Equity Policies in Promoting Gender Equity within a Transformational Context: A Case of Two South African Universities.
Yvonne Senne, Tshwane University of Technology, Zambia.
Greed, grit, and qualitative research: Stories of securing samples.
Amanda Peticca-Harris & Nadia deGama. York University, Canada, & Sara R.S.T.A. Elias, University of Missouri, USA
Experience, Language and the Subjective/Objective Problem: A Theory for Agile Ethnographic Inquiry.
Robert Joseph Skovira, Robert Morris University, USA
|Chair: James McDonald
Hypothesizing Socio-cultural Sensitivities of Front-line Employees – A Case for Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis.
Lynn Beckles, University of the West Indies, Barbados
The ‘Referees’ are Biased, Further Solidifying Entrenched Professional Boundaries: An Expository Dilemma of Interprofessional Work in Healthcare.
Selorm Mensah Yevu, University of Hull, UK
A Reflexive Autoethnographic Analysis of Life Lived: Subjectivity Making a Difference to Managing.
Elena P. Antonacopoulou, University of Liverpool, UK & Gelson Silva Junquilho, Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil.
The Re-turn to Reflexivity: The Role of Logos and Phronesis in Learning and Changing.
Elena P. Antonacopoulou, University of Liverpool, UK.
|3.30pm – 4.00pm
||Coffee and Depart||Coffee and Depart|