Seventeen doctoral and master’s students as well as faculty from various countries attended this past week’s Q methodology workshop at Kent State University. A brief story about the workshop is on the website of Kent State’s College and Graduate School of Education, Health, and Human Services (click on http://www.ehhs.kent.edu/ and then on “Summer Course Highlight”). In addition to Kent State students and faculty, participants included scholars from Norway and the United Kingdom. One of the British participants was actually an Iranian studying in the UK, and Kent State students included those from Turkey and Bosnia-Herzegovia, making this the most diverse workshop of the past decade.
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Author of Political Subjectivity (Yale University Press 1980), founding editor of Operant Subjectivity (1977), organizer of first Q conference (1985) and founding member of the International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity (1989), founder and moderator of Q-Method electronic discussion list (1991), and laureate of ISSSS's William Stephenson Award (2010). Also past editor of Policy Sciences, co-founder of the International Society of Political Psychology and the Society of Policy Scientists, list manager of PolicySciencesSociety, executive director of ISPP, laureate of ISPP's Harold Lasswell Award (2009) for lifetime scientific contributions, and Kappa Tau Alpha award (2001) for contributions to journalism and mass communication. View all posts by sbrownkentedu