SAGE Journal Articles
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Berger, R.J., Corroto, C., & White, J. (December 2014 ), Embodiment and social difference: A tribute to Laurel Richardson. Qualitative Inquiry, 20 (10). DOI: 10.1177/1077800414543698
- What methodological approach and theoretical framework does Laurel Richardson represent?
- What do the articles in this special issue have in common?
- Why are the topics covered in this special issue especially appropriate for qualitative inquiry?
- What has been Richardson’s contribution to this approach to qualitative inquiry?
Charmaz, K. (August, 2014 ) Grounded theory in global perspective: Reviews by international researchers. Qualitative Inquiry, 20 (9), 1074-1084.
- What core issues about grounded theory are highlighted in this article?
- What are core areas of agreement about grounded theory?
- What are primary areas where views of grounded theory diverge?
- What is the significance of the “global perspective” in this article?
Donna J. Perry, D.J. (August 2013). Transcendental method for research with human subjects: A transformative phenomenology for the human sciences. Field Methods 25(3), 262-282.
- What is the distinct niche of transformative phenomenology?
- What “transcendental method” is being recommended and what makes it “transcendental”?
- What are investigational and interventional qualities?
- How does the approach affect both those who conduct studies and those who are studied?
Fielding, N.G. (November 2014). Qualitative research and our digital futures. Qualitative Inquiry, 20(9), 1064-1073.
- What’s the relationship between social upheaval and new directions in qualitative research?
- What new frameworks for qualitative inquiry are being stimulated by the digital age?
- What is “citizen research”?
- What are “indigenous methods”?