Qualitative Research Journal: Volume 8 Issue 1

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Table of contents

Using narrative methods in crosscultural research with Mongolian and Australian women survivors of domestic violence

Marion Oke

My feminist, narrative research privileges women’s voice. It comprises a cross‐cultural narrative analysis of 11 Mongolian and 11 Australian women’s stories of survival, recovery…

Examining the role of social and dialogic interactions when creating a fifth‐grade democratic classroom community

Jeanne A Klockow

Qualitative methodology is used to examine social and dialogic interactions, in a fifth‐grade classroom known as ‘Freedom Falls’. The author discusses social interaction through…

Creating a research community

Bernie Neville

This article describes one academic’s approach to creating a research community among a diverse group of higher degree students within an individualistic research culture. The…

Research interviews in cyberspace

Anna Reid, Peter Petocz, Sue Gordon

Contemporary developments in technology provide opportunities for qualitative researchers to enhance their modes of collecting rich data for analysis. In this article we explore…

Ethical considerations in synthesising research ‐ Whose representations?

Harsh Suri

Research syntheses play a powerful role in shaping further research, practice, policy and public perceptions. Accordingly, the ethical issues associated with how perspectives of…

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ISSN:

1443-9883

Online date, start – end:

2006

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Mark Vicars