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Studies in Qualitative Methodology

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ISSN: 1042-3192

Editor: Dr. Sam Hillyard
Subject: Sociology and Public Policy (view other series in this subject area)Thomson Reuters Book Citation Index logo. Scopus logo.
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Studies in Qualitative Methodology addresses the relationship between data collection and data analysis, as well as that between theory and method and the implications of qualitative research for social policy and evaluation. The series provides a theoretical and empirical perspective on the value, potential and contribution that qualitative research methodologies bring to a variety of contexts. All papers published in Studies in Qualitative Methodology are subject to peer-review.  For more details about Emerald's approach to Publication Ethics; please refer to the company guidelines.

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Gender Identity and Research Relationships, Volume 14
Edited by Michael R. M. Ward (The Open University, UK)

Many researchers in recent years have begun to reflect on their gender identity and how this impacts on the research process and discuss how this helps build rapport with participants and creates successful or unsuccessful pieces of qualitative research. However, how does this intersect with other forms of identity, such as class, ethnicity, disability, age, sexuality? In this volume contributors explore these issues by reflecting on their own studies and research careers and address how important or unimportant gender has been in building research relationships.

Previous Volumes

Studies in Qualitative Methodology, Vol. 13

Ethics in Social Research, Vol. 12

New Frontiers in Ethnography, Vol. 11


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Dr. Sam Hillyard
(University of Durham, UK)
[email protected]

Dr. Sam Hillyard


Philippa Grand
[email protected]

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