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The Role of Discourse Analysis in Researching Severe Labour Exploitation (2018)
Book Chapter
Caruana, R. (2018). The Role of Discourse Analysis in Researching Severe Labour Exploitation. In G. LeBaron (Ed.), Researching Forced Labour in the Global Economy, Methodological Challenges and AdvancesOxford University Press

Investigating severe forms of labour exploitation presents a series of particular methodological challenges to researchers in the field, including access to respondents, credibility of data, reliability of measures, researcher ethics and the practica... Read More

Modern Slavery: The Role of Prototypes in Categorizing Extreme Labor Exploitation (2018)
Journal Article
Caruana, R., Crane, A., & Ingram, C. (2018). Modern Slavery: The Role of Prototypes in Categorizing Extreme Labor Exploitation. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2018(1), doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2018.40

Prototypes have long been acknowledged as playing a critical role in the emergence and consolidation of new organizational and market categories. However, the precise forms, characteristics, and effects of prototypes in the categorization process rem... Read More

The never-ending story: discursive legitimation in social media dialogue (2018)
Journal Article
Glozer, S. A., Caruana, R., & Hibbert, S. (in press). The never-ending story: discursive legitimation in social media dialogue. Organization Studies, doi:10.1177/0170840617751006. ISSN 0170-8406

This paper explores the dialogical dimensions of discursive legitimation in social media sites to understand how organisations produce knowledge of legitimacy in concert with their stakeholders. Drawing on the dialogical theories of Bakhtin and Nikul... Read More

PARTicipative inquiry for tourist experience (2017)
Journal Article
Ingram, C., Caruana, R., & McCabe, S. (in press). PARTicipative inquiry for tourist experience. Annals of Tourism Research, 65, doi:10.1016/j.annals.2017.04.008. ISSN 0160-7383

Despite a wealth of research on the tourist experience, empirical evidence remains weak due to difficulties in data collection during people’s holidays. Tourist experience has thus primarily been analysed from a fixed point, such as prior motivations... Read More