SAGE Journal Articles

Click on the following links. Please note these will open in a new window.

Back, M. D., Küfner A. C. P., & Egloff, B. (2010). The emotional timeline of September 11, 2001. Psychological Science 21(10), 1417–1419. doi: 10.1177/0956797610382124

Follow-up Activities for “The Emotional Timeline”:

  1. Discuss events, experiences, or phenomena whose participants may undergo rapid emotional changes within a short duration, and how those changes could be qualitatively documented or measured.
  2. Discuss how you would mine a substantive amount of data from Twitter or Facebook accounts for qualitative data analysis.

Bloch, K. B. (2014). ‘Anyone can be an illegal’: Color-blind ideology and maintaining Latino/citizen borders. Critical Sociology 40(1), 47–65. doi: 10.1177/0896920512466274

Follow-up Activities for “Anyone Can Be an Illegal”:

  1. Discuss the researcher’s lenses, filters, and angles (i.e., positionality) for analyzing data critically.
  2. Locate a website of an organization, association, or group that may be considered “controversial.” Discuss how you would critically analyze the website’s textual and visual contents.

Ray, J. L. & Smith, A. D. (2012). Using photographs to research organizations: Evidence, considerations, and application in a field study. Organizational Research Methods 15(2), 288–315. doi: 10.1177/1094428111431110

Follow-up Activities for “Using Photographs”:

  1. Synthesize and summarize the “pros” and “cons” of photographic analysis for ethnographic research studies.
  2. Apply some of the analytic methods outlined by the authors to a photograph in your personal collection.