The Qualitative Report

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 10, October

An Autoethnographic Report on Freelance Employment in the Malaysian Oil and Gas Industry during Uncertain Economic Conditions
Introduction The global workforce landscape is an ever-changing environment. Traditionally, freelance workers or freelancers were viewed as a source of unskilled and low-priced labour. They were considered a predominantly shadow workforce employed to...
An Autoethnographic Report on Freelance Employment in the Malaysian Oil and Gas Industry during Uncertain Economic Conditions
IntroductionThe global workforce landscape is an ever-changing environment. Traditionally, freelance workers or freelancers were viewed as a source of unskilled and low-priced labour. They were considered a predominantly shadow workforce employed to...
Anxiety Symptoms and Sleep Disturbance in Veterans with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: The Impact of Receiving and Training a Service Dog
IntroductionPosttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) falls within the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th ed. (DSM 5) category of Trauma-and Stressor-Related Disorders. The manifestation of symptoms of PTSD will follow one or more...
Applying Online Educational Technology to Foster Financial Literacy: Financial-Institution Leaders' Insights
Financial literacy is a lifelong skill essential for individuals to support their livings and to maintain national stability (Bernanke, 2012; OECD, 2017a). Americans, however, are facing the problem of financial literacy deficiency as revealed by the...
Applying Online Educational Technology to Foster Financial Literacy: Financial-Institution Leaders' Insights
Financial literacy is a lifelong skill essential for individuals to support their livings and to maintain national stability (Bernanke, 2012; OECD, 2017a). Americans, however, are facing the problem of financial literacy deficiency as revealed by the...
Assessing the Uniqueness of Indigenous Language in Advertising: Analysis of Figurative Language Used in Selected Telecommunication Yoruba Advertisement in Nigeria
Introduction Indigenous language is a language that is spoken by a group of people that resides in a locality or region. It is a local way of communicating with members of the same community through a medium. As Oyesomi, Salawu and Olorunyomi (2017)...
Assessing the Uniqueness of Indigenous Language in Advertising: Analysis of Figurative Language Used in Selected Telecommunication Yoruba Advertisement in Nigeria
IntroductionIndigenous language is a language that is spoken by a group of people that resides in a locality or region. It is a local way of communicating with members of the same community through a medium. As Oyesomi, Salawu and Olorunyomi (2017) note...
Challenges Affecting the Implementation of £50 Million In-Service Training Program for English Teachers in Bangladesh
IntroductionWorld Bank (2016, as cited in Rahman & Pandian, 2018) identified proficiency in English as the cornerstone for economic growth in Bangladesh. The country has been embarking on attaining proficiency for its citizens in oral and written...
Challenges Affecting the Implementation of [Pounds Sterling]50 Million In-Service Training Program for English Teachers in Bangladesh
Introduction World Bank (2016, as cited in Rahman & Pandian, 2018) identified proficiency in English as the cornerstone for economic growth in Bangladesh. The country has been embarking on attaining proficiency for its citizens in oral and written...
Curriculum-Making and Development in a Pakistani University
The Need for Curriculum-Makers and Developers If language teachers are able to design curricula to suit their own contexts, this is ideal, since then they may achieve optimal harmony between their learners' needs and the learning objectives, the materials...
Curriculum-Making and Development in a Pakistani University
The Need for Curriculum-Makers and DevelopersIf language teachers are able to design curricula to suit their own contexts, this is ideal, since then they may achieve optimal harmony between their learners' needs and the learning objectives, the materials...
Does She Want You to Open the Door? New Realities for Traditional Gendered Sexuality
Since the 1990s, popular culture narratives assert that North America has entered a postfeminist era (Hall & Rodriguez, 2003). These narratives profess that feminism is obsolete and its support has dwindled. Yet struggles around achieving gender...
Does She Want You to Open the Door? New Realities for Traditional Gendered Sexuality
Since the 1990s, popular culture narratives assert that North America has entered a postfeminist era (Hall & Rodriguez, 2003). These narratives profess that feminism is obsolete and its support has dwindled. Yet struggles around achieving gender...
Effecting Epiphanous Change in Teacher Practice: A Teacher's Autoethnography
The Researchers The first author is a doctoral candidate in the Faculty of Education and a Sessional Teacher in Inclusive Education at Monash University. Karen completed an undergraduate Diploma in Primary Teaching in 1989 and spent a number of years...
Effecting Epiphanous Change in Teacher Practice: A Teacher's Autoethnography
The ResearchersThe first author is a doctoral candidate in the Faculty of Education and a Sessional Teacher in Inclusive Education at Monash University. Karen completed an undergraduate Diploma in Primary Teaching in 1989 and spent a number of years...
Effects of a Cooperative Learning Intervention Program on Cyberbullying in Secondary Education: A Case Study
Introduction School harassment or bullying includes all types of violence in the school context where one or several individuals harass one or several partners (Alvarez-Garcia et al., 2011). It has a multifactorial origin, and self-esteem, ego and belonging...
Effects of a Cooperative Learning Intervention Program on Cyberbullying in Secondary Education: A Case Study
IntroductionSchool harassment or bullying includes all types of violence in the school context where one or several individuals harass one or several partners (Álvarez-García et al., 2011). It has a multifactorial origin, and self-esteem, ego and belonging...
Feminism as an Evolving Culture of Inclusion and Affirmation: A Review of Contemporary Feminist Research from Theory to Practice
Translating feminist principles into good research practice requires constant critical thinking and consistent attention to detail. In Contemporary Feminist Research from Theory to Practice, Dr. Patricia Leavy and Dr. Anne Harris (2019) offer learners...
Feminism as an Evolving Culture of Inclusion and Affirmation: A Review of Contemporary Feminist Research from Theory to Practice
Translating feminist principles into good research practice requires constant critical thinking and consistent attention to detail. In Contemporary Feminist Research from Theory to Practice, Dr. Patricia Leavy and Dr. Anne Harris (2019) offer learners...
La Aproximacion Dialogica Al Abuso Sexual Infantil Y Sus 'Efectos' Sexuales: La Experiencia De Un Hombre Con Identidad Gay
Desde la visión de las culturas occidentalizadas la infancia es representada como una etapa de pasividad, inocencia e ignorancia (Burman, 2003), especialmente frente a temas sexuales (Malón, 2011). En ese contexto las niñas -pero también los niños- suelen...
La Aproximación Dialógica Al Abuso Sexual Infantil Y Sus 'Efectos' Sexuales: La Experiencia De Un Hombre Con Identidad Gay
Desde la visión de las culturas occidentalizadas la infancia es representada como una etapa de pasividad, inocencia e ignorancia (Burman, 2003), especialmente frente a temas sexuales (Malón, 2011). En ese contexto las niñas -pero también los niños- suelen...
Research, Reflections, and Resistance: A Review of Body Battlegrounds: Transgressions, Tensions, and Transformations
In this age of marginalized people's bodies coming explicitly under attack in the United States and elsewhere around the world, scholarship on embodied resistance continues to demonstrate both tremendous relevance and dire importance. Body Battlegrounds:...
Research, Reflections, and Resistance: A Review of Body Battlegrounds: Transgressions, Tensions, and Transformations
In this age of marginalized people's bodies coming explicitly under attack in the United States and elsewhere around the world, scholarship on embodied resistance continues to demonstrate both tremendous relevance and dire importance. Body Battlegrounds:...
Sponsored Research Indirect Costs: A Single-Site Case Study of Public Research University STEM Faculty Members' Perspectives
Purpose of Study Higher education institutions are knowledge-creating, knowledge-disseminating enterprises. Basic research, also called fundamental or pure research, is driven by curiosity and interest in a scientific question. It is the lifeblood of...
Sponsored Research Indirect Costs: A Single-Site Case Study of Public Research University STEM Faculty Members' Perspectives
Purpose of StudyHigher education institutions are knowledge-creating, knowledge-disseminating enterprises. Basic research, also called fundamental or pure research, is driven by curiosity and interest in a scientific question. It is the lifeblood of...
Technology in University Physical Activity Courses: A Mini-Ethnographic Case Study
Technology's role in education is deeply embedded within our culture. As early as kindergarten, digital pedagogical practices are used to enhance student learning (Ottenbreit-Leftwich et al., 2010). However, higher educational institutions and educators...
Technology in University Physical Activity Courses: A Mini-Ethnographic Case Study
Technology's role in education is deeply embedded within our culture. As early as kindergarten, digital pedagogical practices are used to enhance student learning (OttenbreitLeftwich et al., 2010). However, higher educational institutions and educators...
Using Emphasis-Purposeful Sampling-Phenomenon of Interest-Context (EPPiC) Framework to Reflect on Two Qualitative Research Designs and Questions: A Reflective Process
Introduction While quantitative research questions are often developed and finalized at the beginning of the research, qualitative research questions are constantly revised throughout the research process (Berger, 2015; Gentles, Charles, Ploeg, &...
Using Emphasis-Purposeful Sampling-Phenomenon of Interest–Context (EPPiC) Framework to Reflect on Two Qualitative Research Designs and Questions: A Reflective Process
IntroductionWhile quantitative research questions are often developed and finalized at the beginning of the research, qualitative research questions are constantly revised throughout the research process (Berger, 2015; Gentles, Charles, Ploeg, &...
Using Interviewing in Public Health Research: Experiences of Novice Researchers
Introduction Qualitative research seeks to understand how individuals make sense of their experiences (Merriam & Tisdell, 2016). Denzin and Lincoln (2013) describe qualitative research as a methodology that involves "an interpretive, naturalistic...
Using Interviewing in Public Health Research: Experiences of Novice Researchers
IntroductionQualitative research seeks to understand how individuals make sense of their experiences (Merriam & Tisdell, 2016). Denzin and Lincoln (2013) describe qualitative research as a methodology that involves "an interpretive, naturalistic...
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