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by Edgar H. Schein

eBook The Clinical Perspective in Fieldwork (Qualitative Research Methods, Series 5) download ISBN: 0803929765
Author: Edgar H. Schein
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc; 1st edition (June 1, 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 108
ePub: 1932 kb
Fb2: 1669 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Social Sciences

The clinician is usually a consultant brought in specifically to effect change in an organization.

The clinician is usually a consultant brought in specifically to effect change in an organization.

This is one of Schein's best efforts-and that's saying something! The book represents the very quintessence of what a clinical perspective is all about: empathy, understanding, humility, the fragility and significance of organizational life.

The clinician is usually a consultant brought in specifically to effect change in an organization, and therefore works under a very different set of technical and ethical restraints.

This is in line with what Manfred.

between two disciplines: the applied sciences and the social. This is in line with what Manfred. Kets de Vries and Edgar Schein agree on, namely that the. clinical approach both scholars use is more empirical than that. of the positivist statistical approach; not only is the clinical. elaborate on by pointing out that the qualitative questions are. ‘evolving’ processes. Other scholars distinguish.

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Unlike other types of qualitative research, the clinical perspective in field research does not aim to be impartial and uninvolved. The clinician is usually a consultant brought in specifically to effect change in an organization, and therefore works under a very different set of technical and ethical restraints. Edgar Schein succinctly outlines the clinical perspective in field research, how it differs from other types of qualitative research and its inherent rewards and difficulties.
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elegant stranger
In this small booklet makes Schein his first plea for the clinical perspective, later called clinical inquiry/research. He states that consultants are in the best position to do organizational research because the clients invite them to help solving organizational problems. Consultants will gather more relevant data of what is really going in the power centres of organizations than any ethnograph. His plea is today as relevant as it was 20 years ago and reading this book will initate the reader in the 'secrets' of clinical inquiry/research.
Tyler Is Not Here
In this book Schein make his point regarding two very different roles, that, in practice, very often become merged and mixed: the role of the ethnographer as an "invisible" recorder of the nature of a given culture or organization, where he is expected to be unobtrusive and not affecting the daily activities in the place studied.

At the other hand, the clinical perspective, stemming from action research, is a very different role: the clinician is not impartial nor uninvolved. The clinician is usually a consultant brought in specifically to effect change in an organization, but in order to change it he needs to gain trust of members of that organization, and most of all, be helpful.