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Your Recommendations of Outstanding Journal Articles
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Michelle O'Reilly Feb 19, 2013.

 

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Jan 28, 2013
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Your Recommendations of Outstanding Journal Articles

Colleagues,Sage Publications wants to put up a companion website for my new book that has links to outstanding qualitative research articles from various disciplines (but they MUST be from journals published by Sage, like "Field Methods," "Qualitative Inquiry," "Qualitative Health Research," etc.). What, to you, are at least 1 to 3 outstanding qualitative research articles you've read (or written!--don't be shy!) that you feel merit a listing on the reference web page? What qualitative research…See More
Jan 28, 2013
Johnny Saldana commented on Alexandra Cuncev's group 'Qualitative inquiry'
"I propose that "coding" qualitative data for phenomenological studies (any study, acually) can be handled by one researcher. This more-than-one-coder requirement seems to be a holdover from qualitative research's earlier…"
Sep 28, 2010
Johnny Saldana replied to Joeel A Rivera's discussion 'Grounded theory sample size'
"In my readings of grounded theory textbooks, I've found recommendations ranging from 10 to 30 interviews. There seems to be no consensus; it all depends on which book you read."
Jul 30, 2010
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Qualitative Longitudinal Research

QL research conducts qualitative inquiry in ways that are designed to maximise concern for the multiple dimensions, meanings and dynamics of time.
Apr 21, 2010
Johnny Saldana replied to David Kleist's discussion 'Sample size and number of interviews in qualitative research'
"Educational anthropologist Harry F. Wolcott has his classic reply to those who ask about the utility of using the single individual as a case study: "What can you learn by studying just one of anything?" Wolcott's response is,…"
Oct 4, 2009
Johnny Saldana replied to Johnny Saldana's discussion 'Introductory Qualitative Research Text Content Recommendations' in the group Qualitative inquiry
"Heather, Yes, Wolcott's works will be referenced and cited prominently in my book. Thanks for the validation that "WUQR" is a valuable text. Johnny Saldana"
Oct 2, 2009
Heather Honore replied to Johnny Saldana's discussion 'Introductory Qualitative Research Text Content Recommendations' in the group Qualitative inquiry
"Your book sounds like a wonderful addition to the literature. Wolcott has a book titled "Writing Up Qualitative Research" that might be helpful in putting together recommendations for "critical" elements of the manuscript. I have…"
Sep 30, 2009
Johnny Saldana replied to Johnny Saldana's discussion 'Introductory Qualitative Research Text Content Recommendations' in the group Qualitative inquiry
"Jeffrey, Thanks for the book rec and the content recommendations. I have a (obligatory) chapter on research design, which could put some emphasis on the research paper outline as you recommended. But perhpas what might be better is more structured…"
Sep 4, 2009
Jeffrey Keefer replied to Johnny Saldana's discussion 'Introductory Qualitative Research Text Content Recommendations' in the group Qualitative inquiry
"Johnny- I think there is always more room for an additional intro to qualitative research book, as all the great ones out there just never seem to cover everything enough to be the only qualitative book used. With a cap of 220 pages, that certainly…"
Sep 4, 2009
Roy Williams replied to Johnny Saldana's discussion 'Introductory Qualitative Research Text Content Recommendations' in the group Qualitative inquiry
"Rosemary, agreed. Here is an example of an introductory chapter written some time ago about critical discourse analysis, and its application to Apartheid discourse and media (see the Text and Discourse Word link at the bottom of the…"
Sep 3, 2009
Lexine Hansen replied to Johnny Saldana's discussion 'Introductory Qualitative Research Text Content Recommendations' in the group Qualitative inquiry
"Absolutely right on--analysis is lacking! But can it be covered in 220 pages?"
Aug 19, 2009
Johnny Saldana replied to Johnny Saldana's discussion 'Introductory Qualitative Research Text Content Recommendations' in the group Qualitative inquiry
"Thanks, Elba - yes, I include a section on mixed methods, but I don't labor on about quan vs qual."
Aug 17, 2009
Elba Debat replied to Johnny Saldana's discussion 'Introductory Qualitative Research Text Content Recommendations' in the group Qualitative inquiry
"I can´t agree more with the suggestions. I think that a few concrete examples on how to analyze data following different qualitative approaches would be a great asset. ...and skip the debate on quan vs qual.. we´ve had enough. Best wishes"
Aug 17, 2009
Johnny Saldana replied to Johnny Saldana's discussion 'Introductory Qualitative Research Text Content Recommendations' in the group Qualitative inquiry
"Rosemary, Way ahead of you. I, too, find the analysis section weak in many intro texts, so I'm devoting a lot of coverage to this. Thanks for the reminder!"
Aug 17, 2009
Johnny Saldana replied to Johnny Saldana's discussion 'Introductory Qualitative Research Text Content Recommendations' in the group Qualitative inquiry
"Thanks Lexine!"
Aug 17, 2009

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