Qualitative Research Reading Lists

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The NVivo Virtual Conference 2020, Qualitative Research in a Changing World, is a gathering of global researchers, academic writers, and students. If you are attending, you will recognize that these topics correspond to conference tracks:

  • Arts-Based and Creative Approaches
  • Data Collection with Online and Digital Methods
  • Doctoral Students
  • Participatory Action Research
  • Research in Teams
  • Using NVivo and Qualitative Data Analysis

You can find a trove of relevant open-access resources here. However, we also want to draw your attention to the SAGE e-books, articles, case studies, videos, and datasets available through the subscription-based SAGE Research Methods. If your academic library subscribes, you will see it in the list of databases. If you do not have library access you can explore SAGE Research Methods with a free trial.

Reading Lists are one of the most useful features of SAGE Research Methods because they allow you to curate public or private lists of resources. Read, view, or download listed materials. You can elect resources from these lists, and add them to your own for study or student readings. Learn ways to navigate the site and use unique community features with A Primer on Getting the Most out of SAGE Research Methods.

Reading Lists for
Qualitative Researchers

Arts-Based and Creative Approaches

Data Collection with
Online and Digital Methods

and

Doctoral Students

Participatory Action Research

Research in Teams

Teaching Research Online

See Faculty Resources for:

  •  8-part lesson plan using SAGE Research Methods content for an Intro to Qualitative Methods course, available here.
  • Instructor’s guide for using SAGE Research Methods in Online and Hybrid Teaching is available here.

Using NVivo and
Qualitative Data Analysis

and

and

Qualitative Research Basics

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