Qualitative Research Journal: Volume 21 Issue 4


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Examining cross-national research teamwork: revealing rewards and challenges

Lynn McAlpine, Isabelle Skakni, Anna Sala-Bubaré, Crista Weise, Kelsey Inouye

Teamwork has long featured in social science research. Further, with research increasingly “cross-national,” communication becomes more complex, for instance, involving different…


Appreciative inquiry's potential in program evaluation and research

Dana M. Griggs, Mindy Crain-Dorough

The purposes of this paper are to provide a description of AI and to document and compare two applications of AI, one in program evaluation and another in an applied research…

Towards learning dialogues as data: researching children's lifeworlds in global cities

Nicola Yelland, Clare Bartholomaeus

The purpose of this article is to contribute to the research methodology literature that arose out of the (new) sociology of childhood and the UN Convention of the Rights of the…

Giving voice to teachers through interpretative phenomenological research: a methodological consideration

Gideon Boadu

This conceptual article aims to examine the application of interpretative phenomenology to research on teacher experience. It covers methodological theory and practical…

An exploration of the challenge's fathers' experience when parenting a child that presents with dyspraxia

Kyle Jackson, Michelle Andipatin

Due to the limited research on fatherhood and dyspraxia, this study is critical as it highlights the challenges that fathers face in parenting a child that presents with…

Triangulation of qualitative and quantitative approaches for the study of gay bears' food intake in São Paulo, Brazil

Ramiro Fernandez Unsain, Priscila de Morais Sato, Mariana Dimitrov Ulian, Fernanda Sabatini, Mayara Sanay da Silva Oliveira, Fernanda Baeza Scagliusi

The authors aimed to triangulate food intake data obtained by two qualitative methods (in-depth interviews and participant observations) and one quantitative method…

Finding ourselves as Black women in Eurocentric theory: collaborative biography on learning and reshaping qualitative inquiry

Kiara S. Summerville, Erica T. Campbell, Krystal Flantroy, Ashley Nicole Prowell, Stephanie Anne Shelton

Qualitative research consistently centers Eurocentrism through courses' integrations of ontological, epistemological and axiological perspectives. This literal whitewashing was a…

Environmental justice research – limitations and future directions using qualitative research methods

Ujjaini Das

The purpose of the study is to review some of the existing gaps in the third-generation of critical environmental justice (EJ) research and then propose promising combinations of…


From prose to poetry: retelling the experiences of children with autism navigating around a school to promote empathy and understanding

Julie E.N. Irish

The purpose of this paper was to describe the experiences of four children with autism spectrum disorder navigating around the corridors of an unfamiliar school and translate the…

International students' achievements and adaptation to the United States' culture

Nahla Mohamed Moussa

As there are many Arab students seek to earn an international degree, this research article aims to explore the factors that influence Arab students' adaptation to the foreign…

Doing indigenous research in Vietnam public sector organisations: challenges and recommendations

Tho Alang

This paper provides critical insights into the contextual challenges of researching indigenous people in Vietnam's public sector organisations.

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