Qualitative research in social and organizational psychology: the Italian way

Lorenzo Montali, Angelo Benozzo, Silvio Ripamonti, Alessandra Figerio, Laura Galuppo, Marco Gemignani, Ilaria Vergine

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Abstract

Our paper provides a mapping of qualitative research in social and organizational psychology. This mapping was directed by the authors’ choices and this means that scholars from other perspectives are likely to offer different readings of the same topic. The first choice was to not consider the clinical and developmental psychological research, so to deepen our exploration of the two areas in which we work on, and on which we have a more articulated perspective. These two areas differ for some aspects, but they also present some relevant common elements, as it is demonstrated by the fact that scholars working in social and organizational psychology are part of the same academic recruitment field (“11/E3 Social psychology and work and organizational psychology”). The first section of the article consists of a short history of qualitative research in Italian psychology. To deepen the focus on the most recent developments, in the second section we present a review of the scientific articles published in the last five years.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)441-463
Number of pages23
JournalQualitative Research in Psychology
Volume16
Issue number3
Early online date22 May 2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 22 May 2019

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