The QRG recommends a number of valuable peer-reviewed articles, books, and other resources
, which provide useful information for conducting qualitative research, including mixed methods. On this page, we also list award nominiation opportunties.
Nominations due March 2, 2016
The Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction announces its call for nominations for the 2016 Charles Horton Cooley Book Award. This award is given annually to an author for a book that represents an important contribution to the perspective of symbolic interaction. To be eligible for the 2016 award, a nominated book should have a publication date between 2013 and 2015. Previously nominated works within this three-year publication period remain eligible but must be re-nominated. Please send nominating letters and copies of books to all three committee members.
Thomas DeGloma (Committee Chair): firstname.lastname@example.org
Stacey Hannem: email@example.com
Gregory Smith: G.W.H.Smith@salford.ac.uk
- Llewellyn, K. R., Freund, A., & Reilly, N. (2015). The Canadian Oral History Reader. McGill-Queen's University Press.
- Bazeley, P and Jackson, K. 2013. Qualitative Data Analysis with NVivo, 2nd Ed. Sage Publications.
- Richards, Lyn. 2014. Handling Qualitative Data: A Practical Guide, 3rd Ed. Los Angeles: Sage Publications.
- Oliffe, J. L., Han, C. S. E., Drummond, M., Sta.Maria, E., Bottorff, J.L., & Creighton, G. (2015). Men, masculiniities, and murder-suicide. American Journal of Men's Health, 9(6), 473-485. doi:10.1177/1557988314551359. Lead author Dr. Oliffe recently shared his views on the importance of qualitative research. Please visit our training page to see his short video.
- Qualitative Research Design: Selectived Articles from Research Design Review Published in 2015 is now available online and is comprised of 17 articles describing best practices for qualitative research.
- Forum: Qualitative Social Research (FQS) 16(3) is now available online. Articlesin FQS deal with methodological and methodical issues (e.g., autoethnography, discourse analysis, grounded theory methodology, indigenous methods, interviewing couples, lifegrids, paper prototyping, qualitative experiments, self-Interviewing, the visual matrix methods, and issues of reflexivity and subjectivity in qualitative research) and provide results from empirical research. Back issues can be found here.