Vol 5, No 2 (2006)

Table of Contents


Culture: Can You Take It Anywhere? Invited Lecture Presented at the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, University of California at Santa Barbara Abstract PDF
Michael Agar United States 1-16
Getting Started: Initiating Critical Ethnography and Community-Based Action Research in a Program of Rural Health Studies Abstract PDF
Jennifer B. Averill United States 17-27
Student Researchers Negotiating Consent in Northern Aboriginal Communities Abstract PDF
Colleen M. Davison, Micaela Brown, Pertice Moffitt Canada 28-39
Incommensurability in Cross-Disciplinary Research: A Call for Cultural Negotiation Abstract PDF
Anne MacCleave Canada 40-54
Methodological Dilemmas Experienced in Researching Indo-Canadian Young Adults’ Decision-Making Process to Study the Sciences Abstract PDF
Priya S. Mani Canada 55-72
Exploiting Exceptions to Enhance Interpretive Qualitative Health Research: Insights from a Study of Cancer Communication Abstract PDF
Gladys McPherson, Sally Thorne Canada 73-86
Listening above the Din: The Potential of Language in Organizational Research Abstract PDF
Steven A. Murphy, Annik N. O’Brien Canada 87-110
Talk/Reading/Voice: Re:search Abstract PDF
Donna Patterson, Lace Marie Brogden Canada 111-119
Lessons Learned through the Creative and Iterative Process of Community-Based Participatory Research Abstract PDF
Judith Powers, Sharon Ann Cumbie, Clarann Weinert United States 120-130
Exploring Congruence between Habermasian Philosophy, Mixed-Method Research, and Managing Data Using NVivo Abstract PDF
Robyn Smyth Australia 131-145
An Autoethnography on Learning About Autoethnography Abstract PDF
Sarah Wall Canada 146-160

ISSN: 1609-4069