A review of research in participation: a case for more appropriate and rigorous methodology , Southampton, UK University of Southampton 31pp.
(Discussion Papers in Accounting and Management Science, 96-121).
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Worker participation has been investigated by management and accounting researchers for many years but there is disagreement about both the process of participation and its impact. This paper argues that such equivocality is associated with inappropriate research methodology, research design flaws, and the adoption of a managerialist perspective which results in exclusion of factors fundamental to understanding the phenomenon
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