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Volume 17(53) - December 31, 2012

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Using Hermeneutics to Understand Burnout and Coping Strategies Utilized by Occupational Therapists
Sangeeta Gupta
Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, Ontario Canada
Margo Paterson
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario Canada
Claudia von Zweck
Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists, Ottawa, Ontario Canada
Rosemary Lysaght
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario Canada

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Expectations in the Foreign Language Classrooms: A Case Study
Olha Ketsman
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Qualitative Research News and Notes

TQR Appoints New Editorial Board Members and Apprentices (Updated)

Instant.ly Blog: Digital Anthropology and the Mobile Ethnographer

orgtheory.net: Discussing the IRB, Human Subjects, and Qualitative Research

The Price of Data: The Internet and Social Science: A Quick Methodological Statement on "Comments" and "Media ethnography"

Anthropology News: Becoming an Il/legal Anthropologist

Brain Juicer Blog: Door No.22: Mobile Friendnography

CSBG Data Corner: Narratives Are Data, Too!

Texavi Blog: "User Experience Is Not the Same as Marketing"

BusinessOng.com: "Keeping Your Focus Group Interviews…Focused"

New White Paper from Lorel Marketing Group: "Ethnography: Understand and Shape your Brand Experience"

dedoose Blog: " 2012: Oh What a Year It Has Been!"

Dutch Ministry of the Interior & Kingdom Affairs Publishes New Trend Report: "The (R)evolution of the iSociety"

The Art of Interviewing Blog: "Slow Down"

Kerry Bodine's Blog: The Danger of Big Data

The Adjacent Possibilities: Two Lilies

Temporary Art Review: The Invisible Inside the Visible: A Conversation with Sheilah Wilson

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Qualitative Research Resources on the Internet

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The Semioticon, an open semiotics research center, features three publications (SemiotiX New Series, Public Journal of Semiotics, and Semiotic Review of Books), Semiotics Institute Online which offers advanced open semiotic courses, the Semiotics Encyclopedia Online, and Virtual Symposia.

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Please visit TQR Community's Qualitative Research Resources on the Internet site for more useful sources, sites, books, software applications, and tools including Qualitative Research Web Sites.

New Calls for Conferences and Journals, Training Opportunities, and Funding

2013 IDA Congress Istanbul "Dialects of Design Education and Research" Conference - Call for Papers and Posters (Deadline: January 7, 2013)

Student Anthropologist Special Issue: "Anthropological Fieldwork: Innovative Applications of Methodology and Technology" - Call for Papers (Deadline: January 11, 2013)

The Ninth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (QI2013) - Call for Papers, Posters, and Panels (New Deadline: January 15, 2013)

12th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences - Call for Papers (Deadline: January 25, 2013)

12th Advances in Qualitative Methods Conference: "Innovation Matters in Qualitative Research" - Call for Submissions (Deadline: February 21, 2013)

Sense Publishers: Teaching Gender Series - Call for Book Proposals (Deadline: Open)

Taos Institute WorldShare Books - Call for Submissions (Deadline: Open)

Previously Announced Open Calls and Conferences

Online Graduate QR Certificate

TQR Fourth Annual Conference

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Winter 2013 admission for the Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Research, a six course, 18 credit hour online program that prepares its graduates to understand and conduct qualitative research, is now open. Courses offered this winter are QRGP 6301 Qualitative Data Collection, QRGP 6303 Qualitative Data Analysis II, and QRGP 6308 Writing Qualitative Research. Classes begin January 7, 2013.

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Registration for TQR2013 is now open! "Qualitative Research and Technology" is the theme for the two-day conference. The opening plenary address to be given by Dr. Sharlene Janice Nagy Hesse-Biber and Dr. Natalie Hanson will deliver the closing plenary speech. TQR Editor-in-Chief Ron Chenail will conduct a three-hour workshop entitled, "Mobile Qualitative Research: Exploring Clouds and Apps." Please visit the new conference web site for more details.

Qualitative Research Employment Opportunities

Assistant / Associate Professor Educational Research & Evaluation (Ohio University)

Associate or Full Professor - Human Development and Critical Educational Studies (University of Colorado Denver)

Clinical Research Director (General Dynamics Information Technology)

Communication Studies, Assistant Professor (University of Nevada Las Vegas)

Design Researcher / User Researcher (Insight Product Development)

Director Market Research and Business Intelligence (Summit, NJ)

Director of Assessment (Oklahoma Baptist University)

Director Medical / Pharmaceutical Research (Decision Analyst)

Manager, Institutional Effectiveness (Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences)

Strategist / Research Consultant (Sachs Insights)

Qualitative Research Associate (Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center)

Research Associate - Consulting (Lux Research)

Research Associate - Study Coordinator (George Washington University)

Senior Market Research Manager Job (Microsoft)

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