The Qualitative Report

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 6, June

A Day in the Life of Evil
On October 24, 2016, a Twitter account named TIMJPH under the Twitter handle "@truthismaster" posted this tweet: "#Hillary sold her soul to the #Devil years ago. She is now his choice for President and #NWOQueenofdarkness. #HillaryDevilWorships. #Evil!"...
A Day in the Life of Evil
On October 24, 2016, a Twitter account named TIMJPH under the Twitter handle "@truthismaster" posted this tweet: "#Hillary sold her soul to the #Devil years ago. She is now his choice for President and #NWOQueenofdarkness. #HillaryDevilWorships. #Evil!"On...
An Adaptation of Grounded Theory Using a Modified Convergent Interviewing Technique
Choosing an appropriate method of data collection and analysis to explore the complex context of healthcare systems can be a challenge, especially for novice researchers (Markey, Tilki, & Taylor, 2014). Although researchers in health care increasingly...
An Adaptation of Grounded Theory Using a Modified Convergent Interviewing Technique
Choosing an appropriate method of data collection and analysis to explore the complex context of healthcare systems can be a challenge, especially for novice researchers (Markey, Tilki, & Taylor, 2014). Although researchers in health care increasingly...
Bringing Up the Green-Eyed Monster: Conceptualizing and Communicating Jealousy with a Partner Who Has Other Partners
Polyamory refers to the ability or desire to engage in multiple intimate relationships at the same time. A common response polyamorous individuals receive from monogamous peers to their identity and relationships involves, "Don't you get jealous?"...
Bringing Up the Green-Eyed Monster: Conceptualizing and Communicating Jealousy with a Partner Who Has Other Partners
Polyamory refers to the ability or desire to engage in multiple intimate relationships at the same time. A common response polyamorous individuals receive from monogamous peers to their identity and relationships involves, "Don't you get jealous?" (Deri,...
Coping with Stigma and Social Exclusion of Terror-Convicts' Wives in Indonesia: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Social psychology research has found that stigma influences psychological conditions such as happiness, self-esteem, self-perception, group identification, motivation, task performance, social interaction, and social exclusion (Clapham, 2007; Hick,...
Coping with Stigma and Social Exclusion of Terror-Convicts' Wives in Indonesia: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Idhamsyah Eka PutraSocial psychology research has found that stigma influences psychological conditions such as happiness, self-esteem, self-perception, group identification, motivation, task performance, social interaction, and social exclusion (Clapham,...
Developing a Researcher Identity: Commonplace Books as Arts-Informed Reflective Process
As doctoral students navigate the complex world of academe, they hone their research skills and begin to negotiate and reconceptualize their identities (Hall & Burns, 2009). In addition to acquiring new research skills (Mantai, 2017), engagement...
Developing a Researcher Identity: Commonplace Books as Arts-Informed Reflective Process
As doctoral students navigate the complex world of academe, they hone their research skills and begin to negotiate and reconceptualize their identities (Hall & Burns, 2009). In addition to acquiring new research skills (Mantai, 2017), engagement...
Discourses of Diabetes Management in Patient-Physician Interactions
One of the most wide-spread chronic illnesses in the U.S. is diabetes. In 2012 the American Diabetes Association (2016a) estimated that 29.1 million Americans--nearly 10% of the population--had diabetes, with 1.4 million new cases of diabetes diagnosed...
Discourses of Diabetes Management in Patient-Physician Interactions
One of the most wide-spread chronic illnesses in the U.S. is diabetes. In 2012 the American Diabetes Association (2016a) estimated that 29.1 million Americans-nearly 10% of the population-had diabetes, with 1.4 million new cases of diabetes diagnosed...
Experiences of Female Sex Trafficking Survivors: A Phenomenological Analysis
Introduction Human trafficking is a global social issue and is the second largest criminal industry in the world earning an estimated 32 billion dollars (UNICEF, 2013). Human trafficking has numerous definitions, but mainly describes the process...
Experiences of Female Sex Trafficking Survivors: A Phenomenological Analysis
IntroductionHuman trafficking is a global social issue and is the second largest criminal industry in the world earning an estimated 32 billion dollars (UNICEF, 2013). Human trafficking has numerous definitions, but mainly describes the process of one...
Exploring Positive Outcomes of Decision Making Biases in the Field of Entrepreneurial Marketing
Introduction Current study advances the body of knowledge on entrepreneurial decision-making biases in the field of entrepreneurial marketing with a qualitative lens. Cognitive biases are systematic deviations from rationality in judgment and decision-making...
Exploring Positive Outcomes of Decision Making Biases in the Field of Entrepreneurial Marketing
IntroductionCurrent study advances the body of knowledge on entrepreneurial decision-making biases in the field of entrepreneurial marketing with a qualitative lens. Cognitive biases are systematic deviations from rationality in judgment and decision-making...
Inquiring to Benefit Society While Protecting Subjects: The Debates, Complexities and Moral Obligations of the IRB Review Process
In the text Balanced Ethics Review: A Guide for Institutional Review Board Members, Whitney contributes significantly to what it means to conduct the IRB review process that balances the protection of human subjects with the benefits of the research...
Inquiring to Benefit Society While Protecting Subjects: The Debates, Complexities and Moral Obligations of the IRB Review Process
In the text Balanced Ethics Review: A Guide for Institutional Review Board Members, Whitney contributes significantly to what it means to conduct the IRB review process that balances the protection of human subjects with the benefits of the research...
Land Reform in South Africa: The Conversation That Never Took Place
Introduction Between 1948 and 1991 South Africa was under Apartheid. Apartheid was a cruel regime which institutionalized separate development between the races. It sought to make the black population second class citizens by systematically limiting...
Land Reform in South Africa: The Conversation That Never Took Place
IntroductionBetween 1948 and 1991 South Africa was under Apartheid. Apartheid was a cruel regime which institutionalized separate development between the races. It sought to make the black population second class citizens by systematically limiting access...
Parkinson's Disease Support Groups in Rural America: Barriers, Resources, and Opportunities
Motor problems such as balance problems, bradykinesia, and rigidity of movement are often considered the hallmark symptoms of Parkinson's disease (PD); however, individuals also contend with many non-motor symptoms (e.g., fatigue, cognitive problems,...
Parkinson's Disease Support Groups in Rural America: Barriers, Resources, and Opportunities
Motor problems such as balance problems, bradykinesia, and rigidity of movement are often considered the hallmark symptoms of Parkinson's disease (PD); however, individuals also contend with many non-motor symptoms (e.g., fatigue, cognitive problems,...
Past, Present, and Future: Narrative Reflections of a Novice Researcher
"I feel like I've been in a coma for the past 20 years. And I'm just now waking up." - Lester Burnham (Cohen, Jinks, & Mendes, 1999) My mother, sister, and I sit on a blanket on our tiny concrete front porch. If it was raining or cold, we...
Past, Present, and Future: Narrative Reflections of a Novice Researcher
"I feel like I've been in a coma for the past 20 years. And I'm just now waking up."- Lester Burnham (Cohen, Jinks, & Mendes, 1999)My mother, sister, and I sit on a blanket on our tiny concrete front porch. If it was raining or cold, we would have...
Stranded at Sea: Photographic Representations of the Rohingya in the 2015 Bay of Bengal Crisis
Introduction As the proliferation of mass media has entrenched the 24-hour news-cycle and increased the amount of information people consume, visuals have surpassed text in capturing people's attention and informing audiences on key world events...
Stranded at Sea: Photographic Representations of the Rohingya in the 2015 Bay of Bengal Crisis
IntroductionAs the proliferation of mass media has entrenched the 24-hour news-cycle and increased the amount of information people consume, visuals have surpassed text in capturing people's attention and informing audiences on key world events (Lenette...
The Roles We Played: Exploring Intimacy in Research
"Without close, empathetic, interpersonal interchange and relationships, researchers will find it impossible to gain meaningful insights into human interaction or to understand the meaning people give to their own behavior" (Maguire, 1987, pp. 20-21)....
The Roles We Played: Exploring Intimacy in Research
"Without close, empathetic, interpersonal interchange and relationships, researchers will find it impossible to gain meaningful insights into human interaction or to understand the meaning people give to their own behavior" (Maguire, 1987, pp. 20-21)....
Understanding Emotion in Educational and Service Organizations through Semi-Structured Interviews: Some Conceptual and Practical Insights
Introduction The issue of emotion in educational organizations has been receiving increasing attention in recent years as more and more researchers have explored a wide variety of emotions displayed or suppressed by teachers and educational leaders...
United We Stand: Narrative Study to Aid the Counseling Profession in Developing a Coherent Identity
United We Stand: Lessons Learned from Other Professions For over half a century, the counseling profession has been struggling with the solidification of professional identity and licensure portability for practitioners (Bergman, 2013; Bobby, 2013;...
United We Stand: Narrative Study to Aid the Counseling Profession in Developing a Coherent Identity
United We Stand: Lessons Learned from Other ProfessionsFor over half a century, the counseling profession has been struggling with the solidification of professional identity and licensure portability for practitioners (Bergman, 2013; Bobby, 2013; Gibson,...
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