The Qualitative Report

Articles from Vol. 9, No. 3, September

"Ask Me No Secrets, I'll Tell You No Lies": What Happens When a Respondent's Story Makes No Sense
In health research, we depend heavily on the goodwill of study participants. However, the whole social contract of health research is based on the premise that everyone comes to the research table with honorable intentions. What course should we take...
Children's Experience of Loneliness at School and Its Relation to Bullying and the Quality of Teacher Interventions
Forty-two children aged between 8 and 10 years were interviewed about their experience of loneliness at primary school. The children were further asked to describe their experiences of being bullied, as well as to comment on their perception of the...
Developmental Considerations in University-School Collaborative Research
Some common complications that arise in collaborative research between school and university researchers, as well as some conditions for successful collaboration are described in this report. Difficulties possibly attributable to developmental levels...
Higher Education as an Immigration Path for Chinese Students and Scholars
The purposes of this study were to identify and describe the factors that influenced the choices made by mainland Chinese students and scholars to come to the United States, to identify and describe the factors that influenced their settlement in the...
Motherhood, Migration and Methodology: Giving Voice to the "Other"
This paper discusses the need for multi-cultural methodologies that develop knowledge about the maternity experience of migrant women and that are attuned to women's maternity-related requirements under multi-cultural conditions. Little is known about...
Postmodern Influence in Family Therapy Research: Reflections of Graduate Students
Postmodernism has influenced family therapy in significant ways, from clinical work to family therapy research. Little has been written, however, on how to conduct postmodern research in a manner reflecting marriage and family therapy inquiries. The...
The Family Context of Care in HIV/AIDS: A Study from Mumbai, India
Though the continuum of care model has been adopted in HIV/AIDS intervention, there is little empirical work documenting the experiences of caregiving families. Addressing this gap, a study on family caregiving and care receiving was undertaken in...
The Feminist Biographical Method in Psychological Research
The feminist biographical method is an in-depth interpretive methodology that is useful for research in the field of psychology. I believe that this qualitative method is an excellent tool for analyzing individual narratives of participants' lives...
Vietnamese Women and Domestic Violence: A Qualitative Examination
This grounded theory qualitative study investigated the major influencing factors in the United States that empowered six Vietnamese women who had been in abusive relationships to take actions, to make changes in their intimate relationships, unlike...
Writing Truth as Fiction: Administrators Think about Their Work through a Different Lens
This article argues that school administrators can learn about themselves through fictionalizing their real world experience. Examples of this writing form are offered in the text to illustrate the form and possible function of this type of work. The...
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