Further Reading

The following links take you to suggested further reading. SAGE published articles have been freely provided. The others you might have access to via your university’s library.

  1. Balatti, J., Gargano, I., Goldman, M., Wood, G., & Woodlock, J. (2004). Improving indigenous completion rates in mainstream TAFE – An action research approach. Leabrook, South Australia: NCEAR.

  2. Bischof, G. H., Warnaar, B. L., Barajas, M. S., & Dhaliwal, H. K. (2011). Thematic analysis of the experiences of wives who stay with husbands who transition male-to-female. Michigan Family Review, 15(1), 16–34.

  3. Blevins, K. R., & Hols, T. J. (2009). Examining the virtual subculture of johns. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 38(5), 619-648.

  4. Borrell, J. (2008). Thematic analysis identifying concepts of problem gambling agency: With preliminary exploration of discourses in selected industry and research documents. Journal of Gambling Issues, 22.

  5. Doucouliagos, H., & Ali Ulubaşoğlu, M. (2008). Democracy and economic growth: A meta-analysis. American Journal of Political Science, 52(1), 61–83.

  6. Ferguson, S., & Shiffman, S. (2008). Nicotine patch therapy prior to quitting smoking: A meta-analysis. Addiction, 103(4), 557-563.

  7. Fitzpatrick, K. (2011). Stop playing up!: Physical education, racialization and resistance. Ethnography, 12(2), 174–197.

  8. Glucksmann, M. (2012). Reflecting on women on the line: Continuities and change in women's work. International Labor and Working Class History,81,168–173.

  9. Halabi, S., Smith, W., Collins, J., Baker, D., & Bedford, J. (2012). A document analysis of HIV/AIDS education interventions in ghana. Health Education Journal.

  10. Jeynes, W. H. (2001). A meta-analysis of the relation of parental involvement to urban elementary school student academic achievement. British Journal of Cancer, 85(11), 1700–1705.

  11. Lee, R. M. (2011). “The most important technique …”: Carl Rogers, Hawthorne, and the rise and fall of nondirective interviewing in sociology. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 47(2), 123–146.

  12. Leetaru, K. H. (2012). A big data approach the humanities, arts, and social sciences: Wikipedia’s view of the world through supercomputing. Research Trends, 30.

  13. Lopatto, E. (2013). Facebook opens up site data to suicide research. Bloomberg News, 27 January 2013.

  14. Mayo, E. (1933). The human problems of an industrial civilization. New York, NY: Viking Press.

  15. Nelsen, M. R., & Otnes, C. C. (2005). Exploring cross-cultural ambivalence: A netnography of intercultural wedding message boards. Journal of Business Research, 58(1), 89–95.

  16. Pehlke II, T. A., Hennon, C. B., Radina, M. E., & Kuvalanka, K. A. (2009). Does father still know best? An inductive thematic analysis of popular TV sitcoms. A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice about Men as Fathers, 7(2), 114–139.

  17. Roethlisberger, F. J., & Dickson, W. J. (1939). Management and the worker: An account of a research program conducted by the western electric company, Hawthorne works. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons. This book is likely to be found through your university library system.

  18. Sinfield, M. (1995, November 16-19). Women with AIDS: A phenomenological study. Australasian Annual Conference, Society for HIV Medicine, 7, 61.

  19. Sofalvi, A. (2011). Health education films of the silent era: A historical analysis. The International Electronic Journal of Health Education, (1529–1944), 14, 135–141.

  20. Stoudt, B. G., Fox, M., & Fine, M. (2012). Contesting privilege with critical participatory action research. Journal of Social Issues, 68(1), 178–193.

  21. Wales, E., & Brewer, B. (1976). Graffiti in the 1970's. Journal of Social Psychology, 99(1), 115–123.

  22. Witte, J. C. (2009). Introduction to the special issue on web surveys. Sociological Methods & Research, 37(3), 283.