domingo, 31 de março de 2013

[FQS] Newsletter March 2013

Dear All,

Today I would like to draw your attention to the following news:

A. Articles, Published in FQS in March 2013
B. Conferences and Workshops
C. Links
D. Open Access News

Enjoy reading!
Katja Mruck

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Jan K. Coetzee, Florian Elliker, Asta Rau (South Africa): Training for Advanced Research in the Narrative Study of Lives Within the Context of Political and Educational Transformation: A Case Study in South Africa

Cigdem Esin, Corinne Squire (UK): Visual Autobiographies in East London: Narratives of Still Images, Interpersonal Exchanges, and Intrapersonal Dialogues

Nora Gaupp (Germany): School-to-Work Transitions -- Findings from Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches in Youth Transition Research

Jochen Glaeser (Germany), Grit Laudel (The Netherlands): Life With and Without Coding: Two Methods for Early-Stage Data Analysis in Qualitative Research Aiming at Causal Explanations

Michael Siegfried Gruettner (Germany): Review Essay: On the Problematic Relationship between Economy of Conventions and Neoinstitutionalism

Kip Jones, Lee-Ann Fenge, Rosie Read, Marilyn Cash (UK): Collecting Older Lesbians' and Gay Men's Stories of Rural Life in South West England and Wales: "We Were Obviously Gay Girls ... (So) He Removed His Cow From Our Field"

Marcus Knaup (Germany): Review: Heinz Juergen Kaiser & Hans Werbik (2012). Handlungspsychologie. Eine Einfuehrung [The Psychology of Actions. An Introduction]

Katharina Manderscheid (Switzerland): Review: Iris Dzudzek, Caren Kunze & Joscha Wullweber (Eds.) (2012). Diskurs und Hegemonie. Gesellschaftskritische Perspektiven [Discourse and Hegemony. Critical Perspectives on Society]

Hemma Mayrhofer, Anna Schachner (Austria): Participatory Photo Interviews in Evaluation Practice: Possibilities and Limitations of Working with Elaborate Qualitative Methods Using the Example of a Project Evaluation in the Field of Disability

Wolff-Michael Roth (Canada): Translation in Qualitative Social Research: The Possible Impossible

Gabriela Rubilar (Chile): Social Work Research Techniques, Testimonies, and Analysis: A Narrative-Biographical Approach

Elizabeth Sharp, Genevieve Durham DeCesaro (USA): What Does Rejection Have to Do With It? Toward an Innovative, Kinesthetic Analysis of Qualitative Data

Zoran Slavnic (Sweden): Towards Qualitative Data Preservation and Re-Use -- Policy Trends and Academic Controversies in UK and Sweden

Massimiliano Tarozzi (Italy): Translating and Doing Grounded Theory Methodology. Intercultural Mediation as an Analytic Resource

Dirk vom Lehn (UK): Review: Ruth Ayass & Christian Meyer (Eds.) (2012). Sozialitaet in Slow Motion. Theoretische und empirische Perspektiven [Sociality in Slow Motion. Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives]


17-18 April, Berlin, Germany
The 3rd Annual Qualitative 360 Europe Conference "Methodologies, Technologies and New Thinking for Qualitative Research in the Digital World"

10-11 June, Leuven, Belgium,
Workshop "Qualitative Approaches to Evidence Synthesis"

22-26 July, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
10th Annual Qualitative Research Summer Intensive

10-13 September, Warwick Palazzo, Venice, Italy
International Summer School "How to Conduct Practice-Based Studies in Social and Organizational Research: Concepts, Strategies, and Consequences


Gil Dekel: Ideas into Practice and Words into Objects Method

Gil Dekel: Review of Methods: Phenomenology, Auto-ethnography, Grounded theory, and Humor


Having in mind the enormous importance of the open-access movement during the last months, the question is no longer whether open access will be the main future paradigm or not but how we will implement open access in our daily routines.

-- "Knowledge Exchange" as a cooperative effort of British, Danish, Dutch, Finnish and German (funding) institutions aims "to make a layer of scholarly and scientific content openly available on the Internet".

-- The next annual meeting of the Global Research Council, taking place in May in Berlin, will discuss "an action plan for the implementation of open access to publications as the main paradigm of scientific communication in the following years"., see also for an interview with Dr. Johannes Fournier from Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, host of the coming meeting

See for more open-access news.

---> Texts/Media

Padmabhan Balaram: Open Access: Tearing Down Barriers. Current Science, 104(4)

Steffen Bernius, Matthias Hanauske, Berndt Dugall, Wolfgang Koenig: Exploring the Effects of a Transition to Open Access: Insights From a Simulation Study. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 64(4)

Bo-Christer Bjoerk, Mikael Laakso, Patrik Welling, Patrik Paetau: Anatomy of Green Open Access

Bjoern Brembs, Marcus Munafò: Deep Impact: Unintended Consequences of Journal Rank

Sunanda Creagh: Journal Editorial Board Quits Over Open Access Principle

The Guardian UK: PeerJ leads a High-Quality, Low-Cost New Breed of Open-Access Publisher

The Guardian UK: Science Research: Three Problems that Point to a Communications Crisis

Stevan Harnad: Worldwide Open Access: UK leadership? UKSG Insights, 26(1)

Richard Poynder: Open Access: A Tale of Two Tables

Richard Poynder: The Open Access Interviews: Professor Jack Meadows

Richard Poynder: Open Access Interviews: Johannes Fournier, Speaking for the Global Research Council

Nature, Special Issue: The Future of Publishing

Mike Taylor: Can Repositories Solve the Access Problem?

--> Past Conferences:

Videos from APE 2013 available

---> Journals/Newsletters

Directory of Open Access Journals


Comparative Population Studies - Zeitschrift fuer Bevoelkerungsforschung, 37(3-4)

European Journal of Life Writing, 2

First Monday, 18(4)

Lifelong Learnig in Europe, 4-12


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