Do people who willingly hold down multiple careers at the same time struggle like the rest of us to find authenticity in their work? Brianna Caza, Sherry Moss & Heather Vough (of the University of Manitoba, Wake Forest University, and the University of Cincinnati) talk with us about what their research found. Their article, “From Synchronizing to Harmonizing: The Process of Authenticating Multiple Work Identities” was published on September 26, 2017 in Administrative Science Quarterly.
- Harvard Business Review article by Brianna, Heather, and Sherry (Oct. 2017)
- Follow-up article in Harvard Business Review by Brianna and other coauthors
Due to technical problems with the audio, clips from the interview with Brianna Caza and Heather Vough were not included in the episode. Those clips are available below.
▲ Heather Vough & Brianna Caza on what is the gig economy
▲ Heather Vough on what is identity and authenticity in the work context
▲ Heather Vough on using multifaceted perspectives on identity to research authenticity
▲ Heather Vough & Brianna Caza on what is grounded theory qualitative method and how is it done
▲ Brianna Caza on the value and challenges of qualitative grounded theory research
▲ Heather Vough on analyzing the data to create the story of the article
▲ Heather Vough on quality checking the data
▲ Heather Vough on identity and career pluralism in academic careers
▲ Brianna Caza on the personal impacts of doing this research
▲ Heather Vough on the emergence of career pluralism
▲ Heather Vough on imposter syndrome
▲ Heather Vough on her role in the research project
▲ Sherry Moss on parallels with multiracial research literature
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Hosts / Producers
Ryan Watkins & Doug Leigh
How to Cite
Watkins, R., Leigh, D., Caza, B., Moss, S. & Vough, H. (2018, June 12). Parsing Science – Multiple Work Identities. figshare. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.6510287.v1
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