Seminar on how to get qualitative research published
CTFs guest researcher Laurel Anderson, Associate Professor, CSL, Arizona State University, USA, will give a seminar on how to get qualitative research published.
Title: Top 10 Ways to Get Your Qualitative Research Published
Date: May, 28
About the seminar:
Congratulations! Your paper has been accepted for publication. From start to finish of the qualitative research process (data collection, analysis, interpretation and writing), there are key critical points and components that help you to receive an acceptance letter for your research. Laurie Anderson will talk about what she sees as these critical points based on her experience as associate editor, special issues editor, faculty for the CCT Qualitative Data Analysis workshop, Ph.D. seminar professor and author. Feel free to bring questions with regard to your specific reasearch or ideas and, as time permits, we will also discuss these. Qualitative research is used in the broad sense to include interpretive, ethnographic, netnographic, videographic, semiotic, phenomenological and other types of research.