Decolonizing Psychology

What connections might a white, middle-aged, middle-class woman in the United States have with urban youth living in Western India? At first thought, little, if any. Yet, a book by Sunil Bhatia (2018), a professor of human development at Connecticut College in the U.S. unsettles any hasty judgments. Decolonizing psychology: Globalization, social justice, and Indian … Continue reading Decolonizing Psychology

Peer Review Week 2020

This week is Peer Review Week. This year's theme is "Trust in peer review." As I've been thinking about "trust" in relation to peer review this week, I've been reminded that those involved in the work of peer review (journal editors, authors, and reviewers) are deeply bound by trust. By this I mean, all place … Continue reading Peer Review Week 2020

Introduction to Conversation Analysis

This week's guest blogger is Dr. Donna Governor, who have created a screencast that introduces conversation analysis. Dr. Governor is an assistant professor in the Middle Grades, Secondary and Science Education Department at the University of North Georgia. Her research interests are preservice teacher education, STEM education, informal science education. To view, click here: Introduction … Continue reading Introduction to Conversation Analysis

Introduction to Grounded Theory

This week, guest blogger Dr. Donna Governor provides a screencast that introduces grounded theory research. Dr. Governor is an assistant professor in the Middle Grades, Secondary and Science Education Department at the University of North Georgia. Her research interests are preservice teacher education, STEM education, informal science education. To view, click here: Introduction to grounded … Continue reading Introduction to Grounded Theory

Call for Nominations: ICQI 2021 Qualitative Book Award

The International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry is scheduled for 19-22 May 2021. The Qualitative Book award is one of several given at the conference. For more information, see: https://icqi.org/ This award is conferred annually to a member of the qualitative and ethnographic community who has published the English-language book that best represents an important contribution … Continue reading Call for Nominations: ICQI 2021 Qualitative Book Award

Secondary data analysis

Sometimes, researchers use data collected by others to conduct what is known as "secondary data analysis".  This week, Tugba Boz, who is a PhD candidate in the Department of Educational Theory and Practice at the University of Georgia discusses Secondary Data Analysis. Her research interests focus on coding and robotics instruction in elementary classrooms, teacher … Continue reading Secondary data analysis

Researching radical practices through feminist genealogies

The 15th August marks the date 188 years ago when the first feminist newspaper was published in Paris, France in 1832 under the title, La Femme Libre. Over the course of 31 issues under different editorships, the title and sub-titles changed several times (Tamboukou, 2016). In her monograph, Sewing, fighting and writing: Radical practices in … Continue reading Researching radical practices through feminist genealogies

Transcription software

This week's blogpost is a video introducing and discussing transcription software by Tugba Boz. Tugba is  PhD candidate in the Department of Educational Theory and Practice at the University of Georgia. Her research interests focus on coding and robotics instruction in elementary classrooms, teacher professional development on new technologies, and integrated STEM education.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euZG6FyBMJQ

Call for Abstracts: The Qualitative Report Conference

Where: Fully Online When: January 12-15, 2021 Conference Website – https://www.nova.edu/academic-affairs/TQR2021/index.html Conference Submissions Link - https://nsuworks.nova.edu/cgi/ir_submit.cgi?context=tqrc Conference Theme: 30 Years as a Learning Community Since 1990, The Qualitative Report (TQR) has served as a global learning community for qualitative researchers. As a journal, we give researchers an outlet to report their qualitative research and to … Continue reading Call for Abstracts: The Qualitative Report Conference

Virtual conference: NVivo

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT, $79 USD UNTIL JULY 31 - Register Now - NVivo Virtual Conference 2020 https://event.vconferenceonline.com/microsite/html/event.aspx?id=1679#REGISTER COVID-19 has turned our world upside down, and while the medical professions and politicians are focusing on ways to manage the crisis, social scientists have the tools to look at the impact of the pandemic on the way … Continue reading Virtual conference: NVivo