Bullying: Bad for People, Bad for Scholarship

Bullying in the academic workplace keeps coming up in conversations with faculty and graduate students. I’ve discovered a new term for the safe spaces where people reveal such confidences: hush harbors (Nunley 2011). I would like to think that a commitment to higher education translates into a commitment to acting from a higher calling, but […]

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Ethics Books & Resources

 Looking for books and chapters, videos, case studies and articles about ethics? See this collection of resources about research ethics. You can also access a wide array of resources electronically on SAGE Research Methods, as described in this post. If you are planning to attend the Academy of Management’s annual conference, look for these and other […]

Categories: Ethics, Mixed, Multimodal, Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Students, Teaching, Tools and Resources

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Scholarship & Exchange: e/merge Africa

e have become accustomed to jumping across geographic boundaries via the Internet to interact with colleagues. Once in awhile we have an opportunity to jump into a deep and rich exchange, as illustrated by the recent online conference, the e/merge 2018 Festival of e-Learning from the e/merge Africa professional development network. (Find excerpts and links in […]

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Poetics & Our Identities as Scholars

reative and arts-based methods invite us to think differently about the ways we design and carry out studies, present and share findings. Dr. Ann Cunliffe asks us to take a different kind of creative look: at ourselves as scholars, at our purpose for conducting research, and by extension, at our careers. Ann doesn’t advocate self-absorbed […]

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Covert Research & Consent: Winning Paper

“Reconsidering the Value of Covert Research: The Role of Ambiguous Consent in Participant Observation”  (Roulet, Gill, Stenger, & Gill, 2017) will be awarded best paper for 2017 by the Academy of Management Research Methods division. The study was published in the SAGE journal, Organizational Research Methods, and is open access through this link. This thought-provoking […]

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Ethics Resources on SAGE Research Methods

SAGE Research Methods is a subscription-based academic library service. It contains an extensive collection of SAGE e-books, chapter, articles, case studies, videos, and datasets. If you do not have access through your institution, explore SAGE Research Methods with a free trial. Learn more about how to navigate and use this feature here. SAGE Research Methods invites users […]

Categories: Ethics, Evaluation, Methods Type, Mixed, Multimodal, Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised

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MethodSpace: Space to Pursue a Passion for Inquiry

Are you new to SAGE MethodSpace? Wondering what we are trying to accomplish? This site is home to three areas: the main MethodSpace blog (with its interest groups, resources links and events calendar) , MentorSpace, and the Big Data Hub. Visitors can learn about emerging and well-tested methods and approaches on MethodSpace, gain practical how-to […]

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Highlights & Papers: International Conference on Social Media and Society

In this series of posts we are sharing resources and ideas presented at summer festivals. Can’t fly around the world to attend? No worries–  MethodSpace readers can learn from the presentations and related resources made available online. Today we will pay a virtual visit to the 2018 International Conference on Social Media and Society was held in […]

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e/merge Africa: Festival Highlight about Online Collaboration

In this series of posts we are sharing resources and ideas presented at summer festivals. Can’t fly around the world to attend? No worries–  MethodSpace readers can learn from the presentations and related resources made available online. The first, the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Research Methods Festival occurred July 3-5. Researchers gathered for a face-to-face conference […]

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RMF Highlight: Qualitative Diary Apps

The Economic and Social Research Center hosted the biennial Research Methods Festival at the University of Bath. If you weren’t able to attend in person, enjoy this series of posts.  Want to learn from participants over time, collecting data drawn from their own records and reflections? Diary methods might offer just the approach you need. Laura […]

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