Tag Archives: qualitative research

On SAGE Insight: Open Education platforms: Theoretical ideas, digital operations and the figure of the open learner

From European Educational Research Journal Open Education (OE), a generic term for a collection of practices that seek to broaden the access to education through digital means, has gained increasing traction and popularity over the last years and from various … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Research to Policy Gap in 2013 and Recommendations for the Future

From INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing The year 2017 has ushered in a political climate in the United States where questions about the relevance of scientific research within a highly politicized policy environment loom large. … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Qualitative Research Ethics in the Big Data Era

From American Behavioral Scientist This article aims to promote detailed discussions of the ethical and practical concerns that arise for the practice of qualitative research in the Big Data era. The emergence of Big Data technologies inspires ethical concerns about … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Diagnosed and living with fibromuscular dysplasia

Article title: Diagnosed and living with fibromuscular dysplasia: A qualitative inquiry From Vascular Medicine Fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) is a vascular disorder about which little has been known until recently. Prior to the organization of the United States Registry for Fibromuscular … Continue reading

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Considering culture, context and complexity in infection prevention intervention research

Article title: Are you serious? From fist bumping to hand hygiene: Considering culture, context and complexity in infection prevention intervention research From Journal of Infection Prevention Infection prevention and control (IPC) is an under-resourced research and development topic, with limited … Continue reading

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Teenage perceptions of electronic cigarettes in tobacco-education school interventions

Article title: Teenage perceptions of electronic cigarettes in Scottish tobacco-education school interventions: co-production and innovative engagement through a pop-up radio project From Perspectives in Public Health The United Kingdom e-cigarette market began with an array of small independent companies competing … Continue reading

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Teenage perceptions of electronic cigarettes in tobacco-education school interventions

Article title: Teenage perceptions of electronic cigarettes in Scottish tobacco-education school interventions: co-production and innovative engagement through a pop-up radio project From Perspectives in Public Health The United Kingdom e-cigarette market began with an array of small independent companies competing … Continue reading

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The ways advocates make meaning of feminism and domestic violence

Meaning-making and domestic violence victim advocacy an examination of feminist identities, ideologies, and practices From Feminist Criminology This study examines the relationship between feminism and advocacy. It outlines the ways advocates make meaning of feminism and domestic violence, and how such … Continue reading

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Women in prison: An issue of blaming the individual for social problems

Experiences of interpersonal violence and criminal legal control: a mixed method analysis From SAGE Open Researchers have long claimed that physical abuse and marginalization lead to criminal activity; however, women in prison are taught to overlook socioeconomic issues and blame … Continue reading

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Is ‘modern culture’ bad for our health and well-being?

From Global Health Promotion There is increasing evidence indicating that well-being in high-income societies may be in decline. One influential theory for this trend blames the driving values of materialism, individualism and consumerism in ‘modern’ societies, which in turn exert … Continue reading

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