Recent journal articles
Cassell, C.M. (2017). Pushed beyond my comfort zone: using qualitative research for the first time. Academy of Management Learning and Education (In press).
Lee, B. and Cassell, C.M. (2017). Social accounting, democratic accountability and learning representative initiatives. Critical Perspectives on Accounting. 46: 24-37.
Cassell, C.M. and Lee, B. (2017). Translation Work: the evolving interpretation of a trade union idea. Organization Studies. 38(8): 1085-1106.
Symon, G. Cassell, C.M. and Johnson, P. (2016) Evaluative processes of qualitative management research. International Journal of Management Reviews .In Press.
Symon, G. and Cassell, C.M. (2016) Qualitative I/O Psychology: a view from Europe. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on science and practice. 9(4): 744-747.
Cassell, C.M. (2016). European qualitative research: a celebration of diversity and a cautionary tale. European Management Journal. 34 (5): 453-456.
Crozier, S and Cassell, C.M. (2016) Methodological considerations in the use of audio diaries in work psychology: adding to the qualitative toolkit. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 89 (2): 396- 419.
Daverth, G., Hyde, P. And Cassell, C.M. (2016) Organizational culture and fairness decisions. International Journal of Human Resource Management. 12 (7): 1092-1106.
Daverth, G, Cassell, C.M. and Hyde, P. (2016) The subjectivity of fairness: the influence of embedded gender role beliefs in managerial decisions of fairness and justice. Gender Work and Organization 23 (6): 89-109.
Cassell, C.M. and Symon, G. (2015). Qualitative research in organizations and management ten years on. Qualitative research in organizations and management: an international journal. 10 (4): 302-306
Cassell, C.M. and Symon, G. (2015). Qualitative research: opportunities for researchers in the Baltic region. Baltic Journal of Management 10 (2): .
Radcliffe, L. and Cassell, C.M. (2015). Flexible working, work-family conflict and maternal gatekeeping: the experiences of dual-career couples. Journal of Occupational and organizational Psychology 88 (4): 835-855.
Radcliffe, L. And Cassell, C.M. (2014) Resolving work-family conflicts: the complexity of decision-making and the introduction of a new framework. Human Relations, 67 (7): 793-819.