Qualitative Research Journal: Volume 24 Issue 4


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Behind my pet's shadow: exploring the motives underlying the tendency of socially excluded consumers to anthropomorphize their pets

Elif Tanrikulu, Ibrahim Taylan Dortyol

Social exclusion is a complicated psychological phenomenon with behavioral ramifications that influences consumers' lifestyles and behaviors. In contrast, anthropomorphism is a…

Children's voices through play-based practice: listening, intensities and critique

Lynsey Anne Burke, Duncan Mercieca

This paper offers a reflection of a research process aimed at listening to young children's voices in their everyday school life through a play-based context in a Scottish school…

Handle with care; considerations of Braun and Clarke's approach to thematic analysis

Lee Hole

The purpose of this paper is to support potential users of thematic analysis (as outlined by Virginia Braun and Victoria Clarke). Researchers with the intention of applying…

Illuminating the path: a methodological exploration of grounded theory in doctoral theses

Laura Guerrero Puerta, Rocío Lorente García

This article explores challenges faced by doctoral candidates using grounded theory (GT) in their theses, focusing on coding, theory development and time constraints. It also…

Using teacher narratives to map policy effects in the Victorian Government International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB-PYP) context

Benjamin Zonca, Josh Ambrosy

Government primary schools in Australia increasingly take up the International Baccalaureate's Primary Years Programme (IB-PYP) to supplement government-mandated curriculum and…

Unraveling the challenges of education for sustainable development: a compelling case study

Mohd Syahidan Zainal Abidin, Mahani Mokhtar, Mahyuddin Arsat

Education for sustainable development (ESD) has gained significant attention, but integrating ESD into existing education systems is challenging. The study aims to explore the…

Listening to children's voices: reflections on methods, practices and ethics in researching with children using zoom video interviews

Cynthia Ai Ming Lim, G. Kaveri

The purpose of this research was to reflect on the enablers, challenges and ethical considerations in conducting qualitative research with young children using online methods. The…

Culturally responsive and communicative teaching for multicultural integration: qualitative analysis from public secondary school

Miftachul Huda, Abu Bakar

The aim of this paper is to examine the strategic approach of culturally responsive and communicative teaching (CRCT) through a critical assessment of interracial teachers in…

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