Economics (ECO415) ARTICLE REVIEW: MAKING MEANING AS WELL AS MONEY: THE EXPERIENCE OF YOUNG FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS PREPARED BY: NUR ALIA NADHIRAH BINTI ZAINAL STUDENT ID: 2019489622 GROUP: AS2011B1 PREPARED FOR: MADAM SITI HAJAR BINTI MD JANI DATE OF SUBMISSION: OCTOBER 2019
Source: Lewis, K. V. (2017). Making meaning as well as money: the experience of young female entrepreneurs. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 9(4), 377–391. doi: 10.1108/ijge-10-2017-0064 Date accepted: 11 October 2017 Author: Kate V. Lewis, Department of People and Performance, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, United Kingdom. Purpose: The research paper was made to formulate the connections between self and firm understood and experienced by young entrepreneurs. This objective indicated a focus on three specific dimensions of enquiry, which are the conceptualization of the link between the individual and the business, the entwinement of self-esteem and business outcomes, and the language of attachment used to scrutinize the role of entrepreneurial work in the young businessperson’s life. Design: A qualitative methodology was adapted after the author has considered the frame of reference of each individual might be different. This resulted into an in-depth interview as the data collection strategy from a phenomenological perspective.
Sample:The sample of this research was identified by making use of publicly available information. A combination of two sampling strategies was used by the researcher, which are intensity sampling and criterion sampling. A total of ten (10) young New Zealand entrepreneurs was identified, which consisted of six males and four females.