FQS: Research Ethics in Qualitative Research

http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/issue/view/62

Forum: Qualitative Social Research

Vol 19, No 3 (2018)

Research Ethics in Qualitative Research

Edited by Wolff-Michael Roth & Hella von Unger

Table of Contents (Partial)

Research Ethics in Qualitative Research

Wolff-Michael Roth, Hella von Unger
Wolff-Michael Roth
Dvora Yanow, Peregrine Schwartz-Shea
Monique Antoinette Guishard, Alexis Halkovic, Anne Galletta, Peiwei Li
Alan Santinele Martino, Ann Fudge Schormans
Valerie Webber, Fern Brunger
Elisabeth Reitinger, Barbara Pichler, Barbara Egger, Bente Knoll, Birgit Hofleitner, Petra Plunger, Gert Dressel, Katharina Heimerl
Bree Akesson, David A. “Tony” Hoffman, Samia El Joueidi, Dena Badawi
Cordula Dittmer, Daniel F. Lorenz
Sarah Fichtner, Hoa Mai Trần
Adrianna Danuta Surmiak
Holger Knothe
Irini Siouti
Thirusha Naidu, Neil Prose
Caroline Meier zu Biesen
Nicolas Legewie, Anne Nassauer
Maximilian Krug, Svenja Heuser
Florian Eßer, Miriam Sitter
Katharina Miko-Schefzig, Cornelia Reiter
Jessica Nina Lester, Allison Daniel Anders
Amber Gazso, Katherine Bischoping
Will Carl van den Hoonaard
Hella von Unger
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Call for Submissions for Spring 2018 Issue
Deadline: February 1, 2018
Sponsored by the University of New Mexico’s Department of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies, Intersections: Critical Issues in Education is an online, peer-reviewed, open access academic journal. We seek to deepen understanding of how race, class, gender, sexuality, exceptionalities, power, well-being, and other subjectivities play out in educational settings as a means of advancing social justice for all people. Intersections serves as a forum for diverse voices and perspectives reflecting a variety of disciplines, focusing on work that interrogates, disrupts, and challenges oppression. We welcome a range of materials, including academic papers, personal perspectives, and other innovative forms of scholarship that may speak to an audience beyond academia.
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