domingo, 31 de julho de 2016

[FQS] Newsletter July 2016

Dear All,

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

A. Articles, published in FQS in July 2016
B. Conferences and Workshops
C. Links
D. Open Access News

Enjoy reading!
Katja Mruck

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Niklas Barth, Antonius Schneider (Germany): Why Doesn't Charles Bovary Want to be a General Practitioner Anymore? On the Mediality of Interviews with General Practitioners in Their Advanced Training

Regula Fankhauser (Switzerland): To Observe and to Be Observed: How Teachers Perceive Videography and Experience its Camera Gaze in Continuing Education

Christian Herfter, Johanna Leicht (Germany): Interpretation as a Language-Game: Between Individuality and Exemplarity

Xavier Montagud Mayor (Spain): Analytic or Evocative: A Forgotten Discussion in Autoethnography

Jakub Niedbalski, Izabela Slezak (Poland): Computer Analysis of Qualitative Data in Literature and Research Performed by Polish Sociologists

Michelle Salmona, Dan Kaczynski (USA): Don't Blame the Software: Using Qualitative Data Analysis Software Successfully in Doctoral Research


16-17 August, Tampere, Finland
Summer Seminar "Possibilities of 'Data' in Social Research"

25-26 August, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Conference "Reflecting on the Future of QDA Software: Chances and Challenges for Humanities, Social Sciences and Beyond"

29-31 August, Aalborg, Denmark
Mixed Methods Research Design-Basic Workshop

1-2 September, Aalborg, Denmark
Mixed Methods Research Design-Advanced Workshop

1-3 September, Krakow, Poland
ESA-Research-Network 20 "Qualitative Methods": Midterm Conference "Qualitative Methods and Research Technologies"

5-7 September, Barcelona, Spain
7th Iberoamerican Congress of Qualitative Research in Health

8-10 September, Lisboa, Portugal
"Rethinking Power in Communicative Capitalism. Critical Perspectives on Media, Culture and Society". European Sociological Association Research Network 18: Sociology of Communications and Media Research RN18 Mid-Term Conference

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

30 September-3 October, Venice, Italy
AEON Conference on Social Sciences and Arts

20-22 October, Alpbach, Austria
24th International Conference Eating Disorders

15-18 November, Havanna, Cuba
International Conference "New Political Science"/International Symposium of Philosophy

2-4 March 2017, Frankfurt/M., Germany
International Conference "International Dissidence: Rule and Resistance in a Globalized World"

11-13 May 2017, Helsinki, Finland
"Intersubjectivity in Action" Conference

11-14 September 2017, Taipei, Taiwan
1st RC33 Regional Conference on Social Science Methodology


D-Place: Database of Places, Language, Culture and Environment

Writers wanted: A web resource exploring how visual methods and strategies for e-learning can bridge social differences, is looking for authors wishing to contribute content


See for more open-access news.

---> Texts

Ingrid Ladner: Interview Caroline Edwards, The "Gold Route" to Open Science. Scilog

Glyn Moody: Open Access: All Human Knowledge Is There -- So Why Can’t Everybody Access It?

Richard Poynder: The OA Interviews: Michael Bon, Founder of the Self-Journal of Science

Richard Poynder: SocArXiv Debuts, as SSRN Acquisition Comes Under Scrutiny

Oya Y. Rieger: arXiv@25: Key Findings of the User Survey

---> Journals/Newsletter

Directory of Open Access Journals

Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience Issue, 2(1)

First Monday, 21(7)

Journal of Media Innovations, 3(1)

Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 4(1)

mediaesthetics - Journal of Poetics of Audiovisual Images, new

Momentum quarterly. Zeitschrift fuer Sozialen Fortschritt / Journal for Societal Progress, 5(2)

On_Culture: The Open Journal for the Study of Culture, new

The Scout Report, 22(22)


FQS - Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung
/ Forum: Qualitative Social Research (ISSN 1438-5627)
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