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WCQR2025 – 9th World Conference on Qualitative Research

The 9th World Conference on Qualitative Research (WCQR2025) will be held from 4 to 6 February 2025 at Jagiellonian University,…
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Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools, particularly Generative AI (GenAI), as support for writing scientific articles can be a valuable approach, especially during the literature review phase.
Incorporating AI into Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS) presents unprecedented potential and intricate ethical dilemmas in the swiftly evolving landscape of qualitative data analysis.
A utilização de Inteligência Artificial no processo de escrita académica coloca-nos num equilíbrio delicado entre o potencial enriquecedor e a integridade.
Using Artificial Intelligence in the academic writing process places us in a delicate balance between enriching potential and integrity
The use of qualitative analysis in the metaverse world would enable food industries to gain a nuanced understanding of consumer behavior, preferences, and expectations.
Several potential problems can arise in the design of a qualitative study methodology. Qualitative research is typically focused on understanding the complexity and richness of a particular phenomenon, and the findings are often based…
The use of automation and artificial intelligence in qualitative data analysis should be seen as a tool to help researchers in their projects rather than a substitute for their expertise.
Reviewing articles, projects, and reports, among others, is one of the most relevant activities in science. In the age of Artificial Intelligence, are we close to being able to do without reviewers or will we start a hybrid process?
Visual methodologies in education have a potential for engaging students in a process of self-reflection to change behaviours. This essay aims to explore the benefits of image-based data and methodologies, such as cartoons analysis, in tourism educational environments, based on an exploratory exercise…