Qualitative Research Journal: Volume 19 Issue 2


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Experimenting with creativity, immigration, language, power, and technology: a research agencement

Francis Bangou

This paper is the actualization of a researcher’s attempt to engage, both conceptually and methodologically, with the dynamic and ever-creative connections and forces associated…

Storytelling as a portal to deeper wisdom in the curriculum studies of education and nursing

Kimberley Holmes, Kara Sealock

The purpose of this paper is to explore storytelling in post-secondary instruction and to reflect upon the authors’ experiences as instructors in two diverse areas of study. Both…

Stepping off the drunkard’s path to walk the “wild side”: Patchwork as a torch for interpreting Portraiture for research innovation

Nicole Brunker

Working creatively as a researcher should be a core foundation in doctoral studies, though it may be an isolating, even risky, endeavour. The purpose of this paper is to share the…

The ride-along: a journey in qualitative research

Marc C.A. Wegerif

The purpose of this paper is to show why and how the “ride-along” can add great value to qualitative research.

Getting up close and personal: Using peer research assistants for participant observation in a youth alcohol project

Jeremy Northcote, Tarryn Phillips

The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of peer researchers in participant observation.

Un[bracketed]: phenomenological polyethnography

Phillip Allen Olt, Eric D. Teman

Due to the limitations to the purpose and practice of both phenomenological and duoethnographic research methodologies, the purpose of this paper is to propose phenomenological…

A Bourdieusian analysis of the educational field and professional identity of EFL teachers: A hermeneutic phenomenological analysis

Hamidreza Hashemi Moghadam, Seyyed Mohammad Reza Adel, Saeed Ghaniabadi, Seyyed Mohammad Reza Amirian

Informed by the Bourdieusian construct of the social field, the purpose of this paper is to explore how different aspects of the educational field and the sub-field of English…

Adaptive theory: an underutilised approach to sexual offender research

Carollyne Youssef

While most studies utilise quantitative methodologies to examine issues relevant to sexual offending behaviour, such as treatment programmes and risk assessments; substantially…

A critical discourse problematization framework for (disability) policy analysis: “good cop/bad cop” strategy

Jennifer Van Aswegen, David Hyatt, Dan Goodley

The purpose of this paper is to present a composite framework for critical policy analysis drawing from discourse analysis and post-structuralist analysis. Drawing on an…

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