Qualitative Research Journal: Volume 9 Issue 1

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From Autoethnography to the Quotidian Ethnographer ‐ Analysing Organisations as Hypertexts

Gabriela Coronado

This paper is the result of a reflection on my personal experience while researching the politics of culture and identity in intercultural collaborations in Mexico. It deals with…

Ethnography Versus Case Study ‐ Positioning Research and Researchers

Julie White, Sarah Drew, Trevor Hay

In this paper we narrate a story of working on a large project funded by an Australian Research Council Linkage grant the ‘Keeping Connected: Young People, Identity and Schooling’…

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What Do We Mean by ‘Collaboration’ and When is a ‘Team’ Not a ‘Team’? ‐ A Qualitative Unbundling of Terms and Meanings

Anne Croker, Joy Higgs, Fanziska Trede

‘Collaboration’ and ‘team’ are terms commonly used in literature related to the provision of health care, including rehabilitation. However, the complexity of the phenomena…

The Symptom Recognition and Help‐seeking Experiences of Men in Australia With Testicular Cancer – A Qualitative Study

Stephen Carbone, Gordon Arthur Walker, Susan Burney, Fiona Newton

Testicular cancer affects approximately 550 men in Australia each year. Early intervention, with the potential to reduce the burden of this serious disease, requires a strong…

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ISSN:

1443-9883

Online date, start – end:

2006

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Mark Vicars