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A weekly online journal dedicated to qualitative research since 1990
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Volume 19 Forthcoming Articles

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Volume 19

Article 95: Use of Semi-structured Interviews to Explore Competing Demands in a Prostate Cancer Prevention Intervention Clinical Trial (PCPICT) by Theresa Crocker, Karen Besterman-Dahan, David Himmelgreen, Heide Castaņeda, Clement K. Gwede, and Nagi Kumar

Article 96: The Lived Experience of Honduran and USA Nursing Students Working Together in a Study Abroad Program by Donna Hathorn

Book Review 16: Not Just for Beginners - A Review of Successful Qualitative Research: A Practical Guide for Beginners by Gerald A. Craver

Article 97: Caught in the Middle: Chat(ting) about Black School Leaders by Demetricia L. Hodges

Article 98: "Go for Broke and Speak Your Mind!" Building a Community of Practice with Bilingual Pre-service Teachers by "Go for Broke and Speak Your Mind!" Building a Community of Practice with Bilingual Pre-service Teachers

Book Review 17: Disabilities | Disabilities: A "Two-Way Mirror": A Book Review by Kathy Thomas

Article 99: The Influence of Confucianism on Identity Formation of a Multi-skilled Migrant: An Autoethnography by Annabella Fung

Article 100: What's wrong with me?: An Autoethnographic Investigation of the Co-Cultural Communicative Practices of Living with Tourette Syndrome during Adolescence by Mark Congdon Jr.

Book Review 18: Connecting the Dots: A Review of the Book Interpretive Autoethnography by Norman K. Denzin by Victoria Landu

Article 101: The Institutional Review Board (IRB) and Faculty: Does the IRB Challenge Faculty Professionalism in the Social Sciences? by Glenda Droogsma Musoba, Stacy A. Jacob, and Leslie J. Robinson

Article 102: Analyzing Flying Chameleons: Using Autoethnography to Explore Change in the Female Educator by Leslie Pourreau

Book Review 19: Traversing the Uncharted Arena of Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software: Mapping Out QDA Miner 4.1 As A First-Time User by Andrea Cuva

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