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    • Action Research
      A group designed to discuss the issues and process of Action Research
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    • Affect in Language Learning
      Affect seems to be one of language teachers' biggest worries. Further, personality traits refer to the learner's perception of himself and, according to Brown (1973) include aspect self-esteem, inhibition, extroversion, risk-taking, empathy, anxiety.
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    • Affordances
      Affordances can be defined as "the product of the interaction between the learner and the environment. Each interaction potentially alters the knowledge and the identity of the learner, as well as the micro-ecology of the environment.
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    • Alternative Memory Research
      A practice-based research group into alternative concepts & theories, expressions and representations of memory, which avoids well-known metaphors and systems of thought, in search of new forms of thought.
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    • Art history and culture
      this group is about art research and every thing about cultures in the world since 7000 years to now.
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    • Arts Based Research
      This is a space for Arts-Based Research and it's questions and directions. Ideally a space for researchers working in arts practice I thought it would be a good space to discuss and share the varieties of research being undertaken in creative arts i.e drama, visual arts, media, performance etc. along with any questions, articles or exemplars that participants might like to share.
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    • David Silverman’s books
      Welcome to the methodspace group for David Silverman’s SAGE textbooks. This group has been set up to allow users of all of David's books to debate issues raised in the text, share comments and questions with the author and with SAGE , the publisher, and to connect to each other. Through this group, SAGE will provide additional resources from the books' companion websites including links to video content, useful websites and further reading. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the new edition of Interpreting Qualitative Data and the new edition of A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book about Qualitative Research when it publishes in January!
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    • Euroqual
      A four year initiatve to explore, share and promote innovative qualitative research methods in the Social Sciences
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    • Experiences of Memory
      A network for researchers involved in studies into a range of various memory related fields - personal memory, collective memory, cultural memory, etc.
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    • Framing: Methods and Approaches
      Framing, traditionally centered on news analysis is a technique used for the analysis of communications and messaging.
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    • Indian Film Studies
      This group is open to all , who are engaged with Indian Films. It can be professional or academic.Very Welcome Regards Dr Sony Jalarajan Monash University
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    • Indigenous Methodologies
      A group to share experiences about how we can hear the voice of the subaltern and decolonise Western dominated paradigms.
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    • Intercultural Effectiveness
      Exchanging research insights and resources into all areas intercultural- cross-cultural management, developing intercultural competence etc
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    • Knowledge Transfer Methodology
      To explore and share information on the methods, models, tools and theory of Knowledge Transfer, Translation, and Utilization.
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    • Language and Interaction Research Assembly
      We are an established group of researchers and academics interested in the language based approaches to research such as discourse analysis, narrative analysis and rhetorical analysis. We welcome input from others
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    • Music Education
      Research in music listening and perception: how middle school students make sense of classical music they hear.
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    • Narrative Research
      A group for all those interested in story-telling as research method. Narrative interviews focus on provoking story-telling in order to elicit a person’s own understanding of their own experiences and the world around them.
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       Ruth

    • Oral History Research
      A group for discussion on Oral History Research. Anyone interested in oral history research methods are wellcome to join this group
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    • Organisation and management in the informal economy
      I hope to gather some scholars in this group who share an interest in the informal economies in developing countries. As a frim believer in cross-disciplinary research, I would like to hear about other views and approaches as well.
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    • Organizational Routines & Processes
      This forum is dedicted to those using Organisational Routines as a basis of understand processes. This focuses on the methodological implications for processual analysis. Keywords: Artifacts, Actors, Processes, Systems
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    • QL forum
      QL research conducts qualitative inquiry in ways that are designed to maximise concern for the multiple dimensions, meanings and dynamics of time.
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    • Qualitative Consumer and Marketing Research
      The central premise of our concept is to harness the insights of informed and motivated readers of our book into interactive discussions and learning opportunities in what we believe may be unprecedented ways. To do this, we will draw on the existing exercises in the book, and provide additional commentary, and connections.
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    • 4 years, 4 months ago

       Gabriel Isboli

    • Qualitative Interviewing
      This group is mostly about practical aspects of how to (and why to do) qualitative interviews, and less about how to analyze them.
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    • Qualitative research on chronic pain
      I am interested in establishing contact and dialogue with other qualitative researchers interested in chronic or persistent pain.
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    • Research on End of Life Issues
      Keywords: terminal illness, decision making, hospice/palliative care, bereavement, death and dying, funeral, cultural/social/familial issues, organ donation, suicide, euthanasia, policy, legislation, research methods/ethics etc. etc.
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    • Research on Hypertext/ICT/CMC
      The group is purposed to define a platform for the emerging dimensions in multisequential, multimoda texts, interaction with such texts and meaning making processes.how hypertext fiction is creating new genres and avant-garde medium.
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    • RESEARCHING BODY AND EMOTIONS
      The group hereby presented aims to open the exchange and discussion on various strategies to explore and understand the connections between bodies and emotions in the processes of social structuration today. The expressiveness of the social subjects has always been a controversial issue for social sciences, because nobody can live-in-the-other. But “progress” of qualitative research strategies in social research in order to progressively and steadily incorporate the “expressive capture technologies” more and more enables to bridge the gap between what the researcher sees and the subject expresses. From the traditional recorder to the digital video camera, the attempt has been to expand the capabilities of “grasping” the social world and the voices of individuals who build it. From participant observation to the world-life representation that is made effective in the theater and dance, we see strategies for capturing information that has advanced over the expectable and indeterminable that is characteristic of the individuals in social interactions. Nurturing the experience of creativity as power to capture and transform the world, qualitative inquiry ruptures and builds renovated roads to see-the-world with others, and the others involved in the investigation. When creating, subjects inscribe in multiple surfaces the different ways in which they put forward their emotions and feelings. If creativity is used as the logic of inquiry what emerges, what “interests” the researcher to emerge and what actually does not emerge are mutually strained thus transforming into a knot through which what the researcher tried, did and what the subjects 'do' finally meet and to go through. To express is just making explicit what was already implied, is to de-wrap, de-compress. In expression in general what is tacit (what is assumed according to the mechanisms of social bearability and regulatory regimes of sensation) actually occurs, becomes present. Expressing oneself is also a vehicle to disarm the packages of class habitus, to take out what “wraps” things and put it in connection with what was “wraped”. At the same time the expressiveness of the subjects decompresses what is “tight”, and “concentrated” in the silence related to the differential and systematic appropriation of the uses of the word as the only way of speaking. From visual anthropology to visual sociology, from the ethnomusicology to popular culture studies, capturing what the subjects want to express “closer” than the verbal narrative alone, has been repeatedly aimed at. When you enter the “world” of expression in relation to qualitative inquiry of the social world, a series of questions or areas of theoretical and methodological work is widely opened. Consequently, this Group aims to become a swap space for all those who inquire into the social world eigher in, by and through the bodies and emotions.
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    • 2 years, 10 months ago

       Gabriela Reta

    • Set-Theoretic Methods and QCA
      Join this group to discuss the application, innovation and combination of QCA (cs/QCA, mv/QCA, fs/QCA), with other methods and techniques. See: COMPASSS as international resource site. Start discussions, pose questions, and post links!
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    • Social Inclusion Research
      This group will focus on: Research methodology and methods on social inclusion;  successful practices and agenda on promoting inclusive society for vulnerable groups internationally and locally;
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