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Von: Katja Mruck <katja.mruck at fu-berlin.de<mailto:katja.mruck at fu-berlin.de>>
Betreff: [FQS] 20(2) online
Datum: 30. Mai 2019 um 09:55:54 MESZ
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we would like to inform you that FQS 20(2) is available online (see http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/issue/view/64 for the current issue and http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/issue/archive for former issues).
Part of FQS 20(2) is "Harold Garfinkel's 'Studies in Ethnomethodology'. An Interview Issue," containing interviews with Joerg Bergmann & Christian Meyer, Charles Goodwin, Eric Laurier, Michael Lynch, Karin Knorr-Cetina, Juergen Streeck, Lucy Suchman and Stephan Wolff, and edited by Dominik Gerst, Hannes Kraemer & Rene Salomon. Additionally, a collection of single contributions as well as articles belonging to FQS Reviews and FQS Conferences are included in FQS 20(2).
All in all, 59 authors from 8 countries contributed to FQS 20(2).
A. FQS 20(2)
B. Conferences and Workshops
D. Open Access News
Katja Mruck & Florian Muhle
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A. FQS 20(2)
---> Thematic Section: Harold Garfinkel's "Studies in Ethnomethodology". An Interview Issue
Dominik Gerst, Hannes Kraemer, Rene Salomon (Germany): Harold Garfinkel's "Studies in Ethnomethodology" -- An Interview Project
Joerg R. Bergmann, Christian Meyer, Rene Salomon, Hannes Kraemer (Germany): To Follow Garfinkel Means to Turn Sociology From Its Head to Its Toes. Joerg Bergmann & Christian Meyer in Conversation With Rene Salomon & Hannes Kraemer
Charles Goodwin (USA), Rene Salomon (Germany): Not Being Bound by What You Can See Now. Charles Goodwin in Conversation with Rene Salomon
Karin Knorr Cetina (USA), Hannes Kraemer, Rene Salomon (Germany): Encircling Ethnomethodology. Karin Knorr-Cetina in Conversation with Hannes Kraemer & Rene Salomon
Eric Laurier (UK), Hannes Kraemer, Dominik Gerst, Rene Salomon (Germany): The "Studies in Ethnomethodology" Are a Way of Understanding and Handling Empirical Materials and Thoughts. Eric Laurier in Conversation With Hannes Kraemer, Dominik Gerst & Rene Salomon
Michael Lynch (USA), Dominik Gerst, Hannes Kraemer, Rene Salomon (Germany): "The Studies are Probably the Best Thing That Garfinkel Ever Wrote." Michael Lynch in Conversation With Dominik Gerst, Hannes Kraemer & Rene Salomon
Juergen Streeck, Hannes Kraemer, Rene Salomon (Germany): Betwixt and Between Conversation Analysis and Ethnomethodology. Juergen Streeck in Conversation With Hannes Kraemer & Rene Salomon
Lucy Suchman (UK), Dominik Gerst, Hannes Kraemer (Germany): "If You Want to Understand the Big Issues, You Need to Understand the Everyday Practices That Constitute Them." Lucy Suchman in Conversation With Dominik Gerst & Hannes Kraemer
Stephan Wolff, Rene Salomon (Germany): "When God Gives You Two Tenths of a Second and the 'Mhm,' Then You Can Change the World." Stephan Wolff in Conversation With Rene Salomon
---> Single Contributions
Meagan Call-Cummings, Barbara Dennis (USA): Participation as Entangled Self Assertion
Karen Geipel (Germany): Discourse and Subjectivation Theory Meet Group Discussions: Methodological Considerations for a New Connection
Cornelia Geukes (Germany): Health Literacy and the Construction of Health and Disease from the Perspective of Older People With Intellectual Disabilities
Evan Victor Goldstein (USA): A Qualitative Synthesis of the Effects of Rising Cost-Sharing Requirements in the United States
Diana L. Gustafson, Janice E. Parsons, Brenda Gillingham (Canada): Writing to Transgress: Knowledge Production in Feminist Participatory Action Research
Martina Koch, Esteban Pineiro, Nathalie Pasche (Switzerland): "We Are a Service, Not an Authority": Multiple Institutional Logics in a Swiss Youth Welfare Office. An Ethnographic Case Study From Street-Level Bureaucracy
Tanya Langtree, Melanie Birks, Narelle Biedermann (Australia): Separating "Fact" from Fiction: Strategies to Improve Rigour in Historical Research
Grit Laudel, Jana Bielick (Germany): Practical Problems of Archiving Semi-Structured Interviews
Olga V. Lehmann (Norway), Kyoko Murakami (UK), Sven Hroar Klempe (Norway): A Qualitative Research Method to Explore Meaning-Making Processes in Cultural Psychology
Lillan Sally Lommel (UK), Margrit Schreier, Jakob Fruchtmann (Germany): We Strike, Therefore We Are? A Twitter Analysis of Feminist Identity in the Context of #DayWithoutAWoman
Javier Mignone, Robert M. Chase, Kerstin Roger (Canada): A Graphic and Tactile Data Elicitation Tool for Qualitative Research: The Life Story Board
Ursula Offenberger (Germany): Anselm Strauss, Adele Clarke and the Feminist Gretchen Question: On the Relationship Between Grounded Theory Methodology and Situational Analysis
Robert Schmidt, Basil Wiesse (Germany): Online Participant Videos: A New Type of Data for Interpretative Social Research?
Mark Weisshaupt, Elke Hildebrandt, Tobias Leonhard (Switzerland): When the Teacher Comes to Play: Influencing Children's Role-Playing as a Social Practice in Kindergarten
Mark Wyatt, Roger Nunn (United Arab Emirates): Tracing the Growth of a Community of Practice Centered on Holistic Project-Based Learning in Communication at an Engineering University in the United Arab Emirates: Insights From a Socially-Situated Teacher Cognition Perspective
---> FQS Reviews
Raimund Harloff (Germany): Review: Rudolf Schmitt, Julia Schroeder & Larissa Pfaller (2018). Systematische Metaphernanalyse. Eine Einfuehrung [Systematic Metaphor Analysis. An Introduction]
Sylvie Johner-Kobi (Switzerland): Review Essay: Classical Studies as a Starting Point. A Comprehensive and Easy-to-Understand Introduction to Selected Qualitative Research Approaches
Nora Mariella Kuettel (Germany): Review: Monika Streule (2018). Ethnografie urbaner Territorien. Metropolitane Urbanisierungsprozesse von Mexiko-Stadt [Ethnography of Urban Territories: Metropolitan Urbanization Processes in Mexico-City]
---> FQS Conferences
Jenny Fennessy, Sandie Woods, Helen Johnson, Carol Rivas, David Norbury, Isilda Almeida-Harvey, Jessica Moriarty, Katherine Wimpenny, Kerensa Bushell, Polly Blake (UK): Conference Report: Carnival of Invention
Sandra Lang, Daniela Seibert (Switzerland): Conference Report: 7th "QualiZueri" Networking Day for Qualitative Researchers
B. CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
6-8 June, Navarra, Spain
The Society for the Study of Narrative Annual Conference
8 June, London, UK
Conference "OCD in Society -- Making Sense of a Hidden Illness"
10-11 June, Boston, MA, USA
6th Annual Conference of the Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology
18-19 June, Vechta, Germany
Conference "An Intersectional Perspective on Old and New Inequalities: Traditional and Alternative Concepts of Personal Relationships and Communities"
20-23 June, Berlin, Germany
International Conference for Conversation Analysis and Psychotherapy 2019 "A Binocular View on Psychotherapeutic Interaction"
2-5 July, Mannheim, Germany
2019 Conference of the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (IIEMCA)
29-31 July, Augsburg, Germany
Summer School "The Sociology of Knowledge Approach to Discourse"
29-31 August, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Occupational Science Europe Conference "Europe in Transition: Impact on Occupation and Health"
9-11 September, Oxford, UK
Oxford Ethnography and Education Conference 2019
9-12 September, Zurich, Switzerland
4th European Conference on Social Networks "Qualitative Perspectives in Social Network Analysis"
11-13 September, Berlin, Germany
Summer School "Spaces of Hope: Critical Perspectives on Spatial Trans)Formations"
13-14 September, Vienna, Austria
Vienna Autumn School of Methods (VASOM)
27-28 September, Espanola, NM, USA
2019 International Critical Psychology Praxis Congress
4 October, Copenhagen, Denmark
5th Copenhagen Multimodality Day 2019
16-18 October, Porto, Portugal
4th World Conference on Qualitative Research (WCQR2019)
27-31 October, Doha, Qatar
19th World Congress of Criminology
22-24 November, Ningbo, China
International Mobile Storytelling Congress (IMSC)
15-17January 2020, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA
TQR 11th Annual Conference "Contemporary Qualitative Research"
18-21 March 2020, Leiden, Netherlands
Oral History and Life Stories Network of the European Social Science History Conference "Oral History and Life Stories Revisited"
18-20 June 2020, Thessaloniki, Greece
1st Conference of the Association of European Qualitative Researchers in Psychology (EQuiP) "Creating Bridges"
13-17 July 2020, Cologne, Germany
5th International Interdisciplinary Conference on Time Perspectives
14-18 July 2020, Porto Alegre, Brazil
IVth ISA Forum of Sociology "Challenges of the 21st Century: Democracy, Environment, Inequalities, Intersectionality”
17-19 September 2020, Valletta, Malta
QRMH8 Conference "Qualitative Research in Mental Health: Trajectories Towards a New Era"
Official Launch: Association of European Qualitative Researchers in Psychology (EQuiP)
Sandra Alvaro: A Topological Space for Design, Participation and Production. Tracking Spaces of Transformation
David Chandler, Christian Fuchs (Eds.): Digital Objects, Digital Subjects: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Capitalism, Labour and Politics in the Age of Big Data
Leen d'Haenens, Willem Joris, François Heinderyckx (Eds.). Images of Immigrants and Refugees in Western Europe. Media Representations, Public Opinion and Refugees’ Experiences
Cord Pagenstecher: Digital Interview Collections at Freie Universitaet Berlin. Survivors’ Testimonies as Research Data
D. OPEN ACCESS NEWS
See http://tagteam.harvard.edu/remix/oatp/items for Additional Open Access News.
Radical Open Access Website
Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) Reaches Its Funding Target
Public Knowledge Project Became a Member of OPERAS
OAPEN Foundation (Netherlands) and OpenEdition (France) Announced the Creation of DOAB Foundation
Knowledge Unlatched and Partners Launch Open Research Library
Agence nationale de la recherche (ANR), France; Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Germany; Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), United Kingdom; Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC): Open Research Area (ORA) for the Social Sciences: Pre-Announcement of the Sixth Joint Call
CWTS Leiden Ranking 2019
Agreement Between Project DEAL and Wiley
Survey "Spotlight on Open Access Monographs: Collecting Stories" from LIBER Libraries
Videos APE 2019 "Platforms or Pipelines? Where is the Value in Scholarly Communications?"
Video Academic-Led Publishing Panel: Why Academic-Led and Why Now?
Video "PAYWALL -- The Business of Scholarship”
Association of Research Libraries Task Force: ARL White Paper on Wikidata: Opportunities and Recommendations
Andrea Chiarelli: Are Preprints Paving the Way to Science in Real Time?
Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and UNESCO Memory of the World PERSIST Project (UNESCO/MoW/PERSIST): Executive Guide on Digital Preservation
Future of Scholarly Publishing and Scholarly Communication: Report of the Expert Group to the European Commission: Future of Scholarly Publishing and Scholarly Communication: Report of the Expert Group to the European Commission
Ulrich Herb: Norway and Elsevier Meet a Eighteen Million Euro Agreement Including a Gold Open Access Clause
Danny Kingsley: Collection of Articles, Commentaries and Responses to Plan S
https://unlockingresearch-blog.lib.cam.ac.uk/?p=2433, see also http://tagteam.harvard.edu/hubs/oatp/tag/oa.plan_s
Frank Manista: Open Access Requirements for Horizon 2020-Funded Projects. Jisc Scholarly Communications
Heather Morrison: What Counts in Research? Dysfunction in Knowledge Creation & Moving Beyond
Anja Oberlaender, Torsten Reimer (Eds.): Open Access and the Library. Publications
Richard Poynder: Plan S: What Strategy Now for the Global South?
Richard Poynder: The OA interviews: Arianna Becerril-García, Chair of AmeliCA
Scholastica: Preparing for Plan S: Answers to the Top 10 Journal Publisher FAQs We've Heard Based on What Is Known Now
Jonathan Tennant et al.: Foundations for Open Scholarship Strategy Development
Directory of Open Access Journals
Open Humanities Press, Journals
First Monday, 24(5)
Image & Narrative, 20(1)
[in]Transition: Journal of Videographic Film & Moving Image, 6(1)
International Journal of Information, Diversity & Inclusion (IJIDI), 3(2)
Internet Policy Review, 7(4)
Journal of Ethics in Antiquity and Christianity (JEAC), 1
Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, 15
Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation (JMDE), 15(32)
Journal of Narrative Politics, 5(2)
Journal of Peer Production, 13
Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 23(1)
Media and Communication, 7(1)
Media Studies, 9
Organon F, International Journal of Analytic Philosophy, 26(1)
Riffs - Experimental Writing on Popular Music, 3(1)
SSSI Notes, Newsletter of the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, 47(2)
Surveillance & Society, 17(1-2)
VIEW: Journal of European Television History and Culture, 17(3)
FQS - Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung
/ Forum: Qualitative Social Research (ISSN 1438-5627)
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