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Inside Hazardous Technological Systems : Methodological foundations, challenges and future directions, Hardback Book

Inside Hazardous Technological Systems : Methodological foundations, challenges and future directions Hardback

Edited by Kenneth Pettersen (University of Stavanger, Norway) Gould, Carl (University of Nottingham, UK) Macrae



This book explores the challenges, opportunities, applications, and implications of applying qualitative research to critical questions of research and practice in the field of organizational risk and safety. The book brings together a diverse perspective to explore the practice of conducting qualitative research as well as to debate the quality of research and knowledge, drawing on a range of different perspectives and traditions.

It offers novel and innovative developments in data collection and data analysis methods and tools that can be applied to safety, risk, and accident analysis in complex systems.

It also will present practical issues associated with data access and empirical research in challenging and high-stakes environments. This book will provide academics, researchers, students, and professionals in the fields of safety, accident analysis, and risk with a broad-range and expert guide to the key issues and debates in the field, as well as a set of exemplary cases and reflective narratives from leading researchers in the field.



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