SAGE Journal Articles
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Cranmer, G. A., Anzur, C. K., & Sollitto, M. (2016). Memorable messages of social support that former high school athletes received from their head coaches. Communication & Sport [in press]. doi: 10.1177/2167479516641934
Follow-up Activities for “Memorable Messages”:
- Assess the efficacy of the open-ended, written questionnaire as the qualitative data collection instrument for this particular study.
- Discuss other possible research design decisions (e.g., participant selection and data collection methods) that would have also answered the co-authors’ central research question.
Harte, J. D., Sheehan, A., Stewart, S. C., & Foureur, M. (2016). Childbirth supporters’ experiences in a built hospital birth environment: Exploring inhibiting and facilitating factors in negotiating the supporter role. Health Environments Research & Design Journal [in press]. doi: 10.1177/1937586715622006
Follow-up Activities for “Childbirth Supporters’ Experiences”:
- Discuss how video was utilized during participant interviews, analyzed through coding methods, and provided still images for illustrative purposes in the article.
- Evaluate how the data analysis led to the final “Design Recommendations” in Table 4.
Kohli, R. (2016). Behind school doors: The impact of hostile racial climates on urban teachers of color. Urban Education [in press]. doi: 10.1177/0042085916636653
Follow-up Activities for “Behind School Doors”:
- Discuss how the conceptual framework (epistemological, theoretical, and methodological premises) for this study influenced and affected its data collection and data analytic methods.
- Assess how the study’s central research question was answered through the author’s chosen data collection methods.