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A Phenomenological First-Person Case Study of Employee Turnover in a Local Municipal Government

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A Phenomenological First-Person Case Study of Employee Turnover in a Local Municipal Government by Jeffrey Alexander Martin University of London School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) Centre for Financial and Management Studies This dissertation is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MSc Public Policy and Management of the University of London, September 2023. Word count excluding bibliography and appendix: 9,618 Total word count: 26,838 Table of Contents Abstract Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Research Questions Chapter 3: Review of the Literature Review Introduction Causation Consequences Context and Other Review Summary and Conclusion Chapter 4: Procedure and Methods Methodology Introduction Phenomenology Case Studies Possible Objections to Methodology Addressed History of Organizational Research Change Agent as Researcher Other Methods Compared Chapter 5: Data Chapter 6: Analysis Thematic Analysis Conceptual

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