sexta-feira, 30 de setembro de 2016

[FQS] 17(3) online

Dear All,

I would like to inform you that FQS 17(3) is available online (see for the current issue and for former issues). Besides a collection of single contributions, FQS 17(3) provides a contribution to the FQS Debate on "Qualitative Research and Ethics," and articles belonging to FQS Conferences and FQS Reviews. All in all, 53 authors from 14 countries contributed to FQS 17(3).

A. FQS 17(3)
B. Conferences and Workshops
C. Links
D. Open Access News

Enjoy reading!
Katja Mruck

Ps: FQS is an open-access journal, so all articles are available free of charge. This newsletter is sent to 19.359 registered readers; registered readers can comment on each article online.
Today I would like to draw your attention to the following news:

FQS 17(3)

---> Single Contributions

Steffen Amling, Alexander Geimer (Germany): Techniques of Self in Professional Politics: Starting Point for a Documentary Analysis of Subjectivation

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

Christian Broeer, Gerben Moerman, Johan Casper Wester, Liza Rubinstein Malamud, Lianne Schmidt, Annemiek Stoopendaal, Nynke Kruiderink (The Netherlands), Christina Hansen (Sweden), Hege Sjolie (Norway): Open Online Research: Developing Software and Method for Collaborative Interpretation

Felicia Darling (Canada): Outsider Indigenous Research: Dancing the Tightrope Between Etic and Emic Perspectives

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

Rachel Landy, Cathy Cameron (Canada), Anson Au (UK), Debra Cameron, Kelly K. O'Brien, Katherine Robrigado, Larry Baxter, Lynn Cockburn, Shawna O'Hearn, Brent Oliver, Stephanie Nixon (Canada): Educational Strategies to Enhance Reflexivity Among Clinicians and Health Professional Students: A Scoping Study

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

Hans Erik Næss (Norway): Creating "the Field": Glocality, Relationality and Transformativity

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

Tanja Paulitz (Germany), Susanne Kink (Austria), Bianca Prietl (Germany): Analytical Strategy for Dealing with Neutrality Claims and Implicit Masculinity Constructions. Methodological Challenges for Gender Studies in Science and Technology

Gabriele Rosenthal, Eva Bahl, Arne Worm (Germany): Processes of Illegalized Migration from the Perspective of Biographical Research and Figurational Sociology: The Land Border Between Spain and Morocco

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

Christoph Stamann, Markus Janssen, Margrit Schreier (Germany): Searching for the Core: Defining Qualitative Content Analysis

Sylvaine Tuncer (Finland): The Effects of Video Recording on Office Workers' Conduct, and the Validity of Video Data for the Study of Naturally-Occurring Interactions

Caterine Galaz Valderrama (Chile), Laura Cristina Yufra (Argentina): Differences, Hierarchies, Subalternity: Discourses and Practices of Interventions for Immigrant Women

---> FQS Debate: Qualitative Research and Ethics

Hella von Unger, Hansjoerg Dilger, Michael Schoenhuth (Germany): Ethics Reviews in the Social and Cultural Sciences? A Sociological and Anthropological Contribution to the Debate

--->FQS Reviews

Lucas Bietti (Switzerland): Review: Jens Brockmeier (2015). Beyond the Archive: Memory, Narrative, and the Autobiographical Process

---> FQS Conferences

Charlotte Bruns, Matthias Sommer (Germany): Conference Report: Das Bild als soziologisches Problem. Herausforderungen einer Theorie visueller Sozialkommunikation [The Image as a Sociological Problem. Challenges of a Theory of Visual Social Communication]

Jasmin Wittkowski, Gregor Betz (Germany): Conference Report: Of Football-Themed Church Services and Techno Parties in Pubs: "The Hybridization of Staged Events. On Discussions About Events During Periods of Time"


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"

8-9 May 2017, Lisbon, Portugal
5th Global Qualitative Health Research (GQHR) Conference "Qualitative Health Research, A Force for Change"

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

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


Call for Applications: The Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies offers up to one year of research support at the Freie Universitaet Berlin. It is open to scholars in all social science and humanities disciplines, including historians working on German and European history since the mid-18th century. The program accepts applications from U.S. and Canadian nationals, permanent and long-term residents. Applicants for a dissertation fellowship must be full-time graduate students enrolled at a North American university who have achieved ABD status by the time the proposed research stay in Berlin begins. Also eligible are U.S. and Canadian Ph.D.s who have received their doctorates within the past two calendar years. Deadline: December 1, 2016. Applications will be accepted as of November 1, 2016.

Directory of Open Access Books: 5.390 Academic Peer-Reviewed Books Currently

Tom McDonald: Social Media in Rural China. UCL Press

Xinyuan Wang: Social Media in Industrial China. UCL Press


See for more open-access news.

---> Coming Events

2016 International Open Access Week to be "Open in Action", October 24-30

International Symposium "OA Beyond APCs," in Lawrence, Kansas: Livestreaming Nov. 17: "Envisioning a World Beyond APCs/BPCs" Panel

---> Texts

Monya Baker: Why Scientists Must Share Their Research Code. Nature News

Sam Compton: Global Open Data for Agriculture & Nutrition: Success Stories, Issue 1

Péter Dávidházi: New Publication Cultures in the Humanities: Exploring the Paradigm Shift. Amsterdam University Press

Najko Jahn, Marco Tullney: A Study of Institutional Spending on Open access Publication Fees in Germany, PeerJ 4:e2323

OA2020 Initiative for the Large-Scale Transition to Open Access: FAQ

Jenny Oltersdorf, Markus Matoni, Carsten Thiel: DARIAH Report on Researchers' Service Needs

OpenAIRE: Experiments in Open Peer Review. Report

Richard Poynder: Q&A with CNI’s Clifford Lynch: Time to Re-think the Institutional Repository?

Torsten Reimer: Imperial College 2015-2016 Open Access Compliance Report to RCUK

Katharina Rieck, Doris Haslinger, Sasa Meischke-Illic, Uenzuele Kirindi-Hentschel, Falk Reckling: Austrian Science Fund (FWF) Publication Cost Data 2015

David Solomon, J. Mikael Laakso, Bo-Christer Bjoerk: Converting Scholarly Journals to Open Access: A Review of Approaches and Experiences

Leyla Williams/OASPA: Best Practices in Licensing and Attribution: What You Need to Know

---> Journals/Newsletter

Directory of Open Access Journals

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