International Journal of Qualitative Methods

The International Journal of Qualitative Methods (ISSN: 16094069) is a peer reviewed journal published as an open annual volume (formerly quarterly), web-based journal by the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology at the University of Alberta, Canada, and its international affiliates. Our goals are to advance the development of qualitative methods, and to disseminate methodological knowledge to the broadest possible community of academics, students, and professionals who undertake qualitative research. IJQM provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research available free to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. This open access is funded by an article processing fee. IJQM is widely indexed and has an impact factor (2012: 0.472).

Vol 13 (2014)

Table of Contents

Articles

Using the Delphi Method for Qualitative, Participatory Action Research in Health Leadership Abstract PDF
Amber J. Fletcher, Gregory P. Marchildon Canada 1-18
Doing Sensitive Research Sensitively: Ethical and Methodological Issues in Researching Workplace Bullying Abstract PDF
Declan Fahie Ireland 19-36
Generic Qualitative Approaches: Pitfalls and Benefits of Methodological Mixology Abstract PDF
Renate Kahlke Canada 37-52
Integrating Metatheory to Enhance Qualitative Interviewing: A Safety Campaign Exemplar Abstract PDF
Marifran Mattson, Emily Joy Haas United States 53-70
The Validity of Divergent Grounded Theory Method Abstract PDF
Martin Nils Amsteus Sweden 71-87
Emotional Intelligence and the Qualitative Researcher Abstract PDF
Christopher S. Collins, Joanne E. Cooper United States 88-103
Epistemological Shudders as Productive Aporia: A Heuristic for Transformative Teacher Learning Abstract PDF
Jennifer Charteris Australia 104-121


ISSN: 1609-4069