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The Pre-Conference for the South Africa chapter of the WCQR2024 will be centered around the theme “Qualitative Research as a Pillar for a Better World.”
This presentation focuses on the potential of qualitative research to empower marginalized groups, particularly those who are entangled in socially-sensitive phenomena.
This presentation will introduce different strategies to ensure that quality in qualitative research conducted in the Asian context is evident. It will explore different frameworks for establishing rigor and explore ways in which elements of quality are addressed. Further, it will provide examples on how quality was observed from selected qualitative research studies conducted in Asia.
This session will discuss the varied arts-based approaches to auto/ethnography, the panelists’ interests in this form of research, and the importance of stories in understanding the human experience culturally, socially, and politically.
This session will discuss the varied arts-based approaches to auto/ethnography, the panelists’ interests in this form of research, and the importance of stories in understanding the human experience culturally, socially, and politically.
This session will discuss the varied arts-based approaches to auto/ethnography, the panelists’ interests in this form of research, and the importance of stories in understanding the human experience culturally, socially, and politically.
Call for Abstracts to the 8th World Conference on Qualitative Research. The WCQR2024 will be held from 23 to 25 January 2024 in São Miguel – Azores (Portugal), Johannesburg (South Africa), and online.
The 8th World Conference on Qualitative Research (WCQR2024) will be held from 23 to 25 January 2024 in São Miguel – Azores (Portugal), Johannesburg (South Africa), and online.
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?