Five SAGE Research Cases were featured in a series of posts on the topic of collaboration. We used the selected cases to explore various ways researchers and academic writers work together. In a new series of posts we will go back to these cases and look at the research designs and approaches used to conduct each respective study.
The cases are open access until the end of February, 2019. If the links have expired you can access them through with a 30-day free trial of the Cases platform, using your academic email address.
Lessons about Collaboration
and Methods in SAGE Research Cases
A Case of Collaboration, Part 1
Fernandes, J.,& Barbeiro, L. (2017). Coordinating diverse research practices using digital research notebooks: A case study in science education. SAGE Research Methods Cases.doi:10.4135/9781473993983
A Case of Collaboration, Part 2
DeJonckheere, M.,Vaughn, L. M., & Bruck, D. (2017). Youth-led participatory action research: A collaborative methodology for health,education, and social change. SAGE Research Methods Cases.doi:10.4135/9781473956032
A Case of Collaboration, Part 3
Curtis, C.(2018). Giving voice versus gate-keeping: Ethics and complexities in qualitative research collaborations. SAGE Research Methods Cases .doi:10.4135/9781526429230
A Case of Collaboration, Part 4
O’Brien, V.,Dhuffar, M., & Griffiths, M. (2014). Collaborative visual ethnography: Practical issues in cross-cultural research. SAGE Research Methods Cases. doi:10.4135/978144627305014533924
A Case of Collaboration, Part 5
Riccardi, F.,Mizrahi, T., Garcia, M., Korazim-Kőrösy, Y., & Blumsack, A. (2017). Using Atlas.ti in qualitative research for analyzing inter-disciplinary community collaboration. SAGE Research Methods Cases.doi:10.4135/9781473995895