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Influences de la pré-connaissance sur le design de la recherche:le cas des liens entre comptabilité et gestion

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  • Vassili Joannides

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(VF) Cet article a un objectif méthodologique et cherche à com- prendre l’influence de la pré- connaissance de l’objet sur le design de recherche en sciences de gestion. Appliquant le modèle insider / outsider initialement développé par Goodenough (1956) et Pike (1967), cette étude analyse les in- fluences de l’appartenance au groupe étudié sur l’empirie ainsi que les choix théoriques et méthodologiques. Si la pré-connaissance offerte par le statut d’insider ou d’outsider peut avoir une influence très forte sur la manière dont est conduite la recherche, ce modèle ne s’avère ni déterministe ni exclusif, à condition que le chercheur procède à une réflexion préalable lui permettant de passer d’une relation à l’autre. (VA)This methodological paper seeks to understand the influence of previous knowledge on research design in management studies. In applying the insider/outsider model initially developed by Goodenough (1956) and Pike (1967), I analyze the influence of membership in the group under study on empirical choices, theoretical frameworks and methodology. I reach the conclusion that previous knowledge implied by the insider or outsider status can have a strong influence on how research is conducted. Yet, the model is shown to be neither deterministic nor exclusive, if the researcher develops a reflexive process whereby he or she can swap from one relation to the other.

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  • Vassili Joannides, 2011. "Influences de la pré-connaissance sur le design de la recherche:le cas des liens entre comptabilité et gestion," Revue Finance Contrôle Stratégie, revues.org, vol. 14(4), pages 91-127, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:dij:revfcs:v:14:y:2011:i:q4:p:91-127.
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    Keywords

    design de recherche; théorie; méthodologie; research design; insider; outsider; theory; methodology;

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    • B40 - Schools of Economic Thought and Methodology - - Economic Methodology - - - General

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