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[FQS] Newsletter March 2015

Dear All,

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

A. Articles, published in FQS in March 2015
B. Conferences and Workshops
C. Links
D. Open Access News

Enjoy reading!
Katja Mruck

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Reinhard Bachleitner, Martin Weichbold (Austria): Concerning the Foundations of Visual Sociology: Perception and Seeing, Observing, and Gazing

Paul Badenhorst (USA): The Weathered Corrugations of His Face: A Performative Reflection on Nelson Mandela, Self, and the Call for Racial (Un)Becoming

Lynlee Howard-Payne (South Africa): Research Note: The Methodological Implications of Relying Upon Fieldworkers for Qualitative Health Psychology Research

Aine Humble (Canada): Review Essay: Guidance in the World of Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS) Programs

Alexandra Koenig, Miriam Boettner (Germany): Doing Pupil After Class -- Videography at a Children's University

Uwe Krebs (Germany): Review: Gerd Juettemann (Ed.) (2013). Die Entwicklung der Psyche in der Geschichte der Menschheit [The Development of the Psyche in the History of Mankind]

Cindy K. Malachowski (Canada): Organizational Culture Shock: Ethnographic Fieldwork Strategies for the Novice Health Science Researcher

Gordon Medlock (USA): The San Miguel Artist Project: A Grounded Theory of "The Emergence of Wonder"

Sunghee Park (South Korea), Neil Lunt (UK): Confucianism and Qualitative Interviewing: Working Seoul to Soul

Masakuni Tagaki (Japan): Long-Term Experiences of Men with Spinal Cord Injuries in Japan: A Qualitative Study


28-30 April, Melbourne, Australia
14th Annual Qualitative Methods Conference "Qualitative Methods: Better Bounded or Boundless" 

8 May, British Library, London, UK
Conference "Creative Research Methods in the Social Sciences"

14-16 May, Vienna, Austria
Workshop "Analyzing Social Wrongs. Social Criticism in Analytic Philosophy"

20-23 May, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
QI2015 Congress "Constructing A New Critical Qualitative Inquiry"

9 June, University of Leeds, UK
Conference "Researching Relationships Across Generations and Through Time" 

11-12 June, University of Boras, Sweden
Conference "Rethinking Educational Ethnography: Methodological Challenges in Online and Offline Ethnography" 

17-19 June, Montpellier, France
5th Symposium of the Réseau International Francophone de Recherche Qualitative "Prudence empirique et risque interprétatif"

24-27 June, Basel, Switzerland
Conference "Revisiting Participation: Language and Bodies in Interaction"

25-27 June, Panteion University, Greece
The International Visual Sociology Association 2015 Annual Conference "What You See Is What You Get: Old and New Ways of Seeing Society"

26-27 June, Freiburg, Germany
International Congress "Illness Narratives in Practice"

26-30 June, Coventry, UK
Conference "Resistance & Renewal", International Society for Theoretical Psychology

13-17 July, Reykjavik, Island
6th Conference of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA) "Mixing Survey and Qualitative Data"

19 July-1 August, Berlin, Germany
5th Berlin Summer School in Social Sciences "Linking Theory and Empirical Research" 

26-28 August, Berlin, Germany
2nd ATLAS.ti User Conference "Qualitative Data Analysis and Beyond"

19-20 August, University of Turku, Finland
International Conference "Fragile Subjects: Childhood in Literature, Arts and Medicine"

23-25 September, Bucharest, Romania
International Conference "Qualitative Research in Communication"

14-18 October, Tampa, Florida, USA
2015 OHA Annual Meeting

15-17 October, Alpbach, Austria
23rd International Conference " Eating Disorders:Anorexia & Bulimia nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, Adipositas/Obesity"

10-14 July 2016, University of Vienna, Austria
3rd ISA Forum of Sociology "The Futures We Want: Global Sociology and the Struggles for a Better World"

11-16 September 2016, Leicester, UK
9th International Conference on Social Science Methodology (RC33) 


Video: A Discussion with Prof Kathy Charmaz on Grounded Theory

Rufus Stone, Key Output of the "Gay and Pleasant Land?" Research Project (Bournemouth University, UK) Accessible Online for Free


See for more open-access news.

---> Texts/Media

COAR, Working Group 2: Repository Interoperability: COAR Roadmap. Future Directions for Repository Interoperability 

Richard Poynder: The OA Interviews: Alison Mudditt, Director, University of California Press

---> Journals/Newsletter

Directory of Open Access Journals

Comparative Population Studies, 40(1)

First Monday, 20(3)

Information Research, 20(1)

The Qualitative Report, 20(1)


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