Karen L. Ashcraft, Ph.D

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University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
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Brenda J. Allen grad student CU Boulder
 (Co-advisor with Bryan C. Taylor)
Bryan Taylor grad student 1998 CU Boulder
 (Co-advisor with Brenda J. Allen)
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Ashcraft KL, Ashcraft CS. (2014) Motifs in the methods section: Representing the qualitative research process Critical Management Research: Reflections From the Field. 155-172
Rennstam J, Ashcraft KL. (2014) Knowing work: Cultivating a practice-based epistemology of knowledge in organization studies Human Relations. 67: 3-25
Okhuysen GA, Lepak D, Ashcraft KL, et al. (2013) Theories of work and working today Academy of Management Review. 38: 491-502
Ashcraft KL. (2013) The glass slipper: "Incorporating" occupational identity in management studies Academy of Management Review. 38: 6-31
Ashcraft KL, Muhr SL, Rennstam J, et al. (2012) Professionalization as a Branding Activity: Occupational Identity and the Dialectic of Inclusivity-Exclusivity Gender, Work and Organization. 19: 467-488
Ashcraft KL. (2011) Knowing work through the communication of difference: A revised agenda for difference studies Reframing Difference in Organizational Communication Studies: Research, Pedagogy, Practice. 3-30
Flores LA, Ashcraft KL, Marafiote T. (2011) We Got Game: Race, Masculinity, and Civilization in Professional Team Sport The Handbook of Critical Intercultural Communication. 417-445
O'Doherty D, de Cock C, Rehn A, et al. (2010) Organization studies: Special issue on new sites/sights: Exploring the white spaces of organization Organization Studies. 31: 1419-1421
O'Doherty D, de Cock C, Rehn A, et al. (2010) New sites/sights: Exploring the white spaces of organization Organization Studies. 31: 1177-1179
Ashcraft KL, Allen BJ. (2009) Politics even closer to home: Repositioning CME from the standpoint of communication studies Management Learning. 40: 11-30
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