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This autoethnography details the author’s efforts during the past eight years to write and publish her dissertation research on the narratives of father-absent daughters, most notably Elizabeth’s story. The author’s understanding of father-absence is situated within the multifaceted and...
This article examines five common misunderstandings about case-study research: (a) theoretical knowledge is more valuable than practical knowledge; (b) one cannot generalize from a single case, therefore, the single-case study cannot contribute to scientific development; (c) the case study is...
Poetic prose—a creative, novel, qualitative technique developed by the author—is used to present in a multivocal, interactive, and interwoven style the findings of in-depth, thematic interviews with 12 African American mothers with deaf daughters. This style of interweaving the voices of...
The United States of America has had a long history of stigmatizing the issue of mental health. The current push in and outside social organizations to break the silence around mental health is beginning to make inroads toward positive social change, but we are a long way from conquering the...
This article describes and critically examines the collaborative research process between an urban university’s research center and its community partners. The authors link the theoretical framework of collaborative research, participatory action research, and critical pedagogy to their...
This article describes some of the essential features of a methodological approach to studying individuals’ deeper motivations and experiences. The overall approach consists of “interviewing for feeling” with “the participant as ally and co-contemplator,” “conceptually developed...
Creating found poetry from theoretical literature offers an arts-based approach to literature review in inquiry. Found poetry has a long history of practice in poetry as the imaginative appropriation and reconstruction of already-existing texts. This article presents literature-voiced research...
Ethical research communities provide important guidance for those conducting communication research projects. However, researchers face serious ethical dilemmas when their memberships in multiple ethical communities create conflicting ethical obligations. The present study explores conflicting...
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