Vol 8, No 2 (2009)

Table of Contents


Redefining Qualitative Methods: Believability in the Fifth Moment Abstract PDF
John Allen Lewis United States 1–14
Finding the place of everyday beauty: Correspondence as a method of data collection Abstract PDF
Pauliina Rautio Finland 15–34
Transcription: Imperatives for Qualitative Research Abstract PDF
Christina Ruth Davidson Australia 35–52
Using Phenomenology to Study How Junior and Senior High School Students in Japan Perceive Their Volunteer Efforts Abstract PDF
Kayoko Ueda, Hajime Sakugawa Japan 53–64
Acting Up: Theater of the Oppressed as Critical Ethnography Abstract PDF
Barbara Kathleen Dennis United States 65–96

Special Issue: Articles

Lost and Found in Translation: An Ecological Approach to Bilingual Research Methodology Abstract PDF
Justin Jagosh, Donald Boudreau Canada 102–114
Using PAR or “Abusing Its Good Name”?: The Challenges and Surprises of Photovoice and Film in a Study of Chronic Illness Abstract PDF
Dawn Allen, Thomas Hutchinson Canada 115–128

Special Section

Editorial: Growing Quality in Qualitative Health Research Abstract PDF
Mary Ellen Macdonald Canada 97–101
Insider Insights - Learning to Think Qualitatively: Experiences of Graduate Students Conducting Qualitative Health Research Abstract PDF
Matthew Hunt, Anita Mehta, Lisa Chan Canada 129–135

ISSN: 1609-4069