Rhoads, James C., & Michael E. Aleprete (2019, January). Q methodology and the study of political opinion: The case of President Trump’s foreign policy toward North Korea. Sage Research Methods Cases [online]. London: Sage (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781526475275)

Abstract: Q methodology is a set of theories and techniques that permits the scientific study of subjectivity. Q methodology should be of interest to all students in the human sciences, including political science. In this research methods case study, readers are introduced to the basic principles of Q methodology, the steps necessary in carrying out a study using Q, and an application exploring attitudes toward President Trump’s foreign policy toward North Korea.

James C Rhoads <jrhoads@westminster.edu> and Michael E Aleprete <alepreme@westminster.edu> are in the Department of Political Science, Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA (USA).

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