Q Bibliography: Kim & Shim on turnover among male nurses

Kim, Ick-Jee, & Hyung-Wha Shim (2018, June). Subjectivity about turnover intention among male nurses in South Korea: A Q-methodological study. Asian Nursing Research, 12(2), 113-120. (doi: 10.1016/j.anr.2018.04.002) (Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anr.2018.04.002) (Access: https://www.asian-nursingresearch.com/article/S1976-1317(17)30495-4/fulltext) Abstract: Purpose: Around the world, male nurses face a variety of difficulties within clinical settings; accordingly, a large number of male nurses consider changing… Read More

Q Bibliography: Jerslev & Bjerre Jepsen on older women and photographs

Jerslev, Anne, & Katrine Dorthea Bjerre Jepsen (2020, August). Ways of seeing: Older women looking at photographs of older women. Poetics, 81, art. 101435. 12 pp. (doi: 10.1016/j.poetic.2020.101435) (Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.poetic.2020.101435) (Access: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/poetics/vol/81/suppl/C) Abstract: How do older women respond to photographs of older women? What do they notice, what do they appreciate and what do they… Read More

Q Bibliography: Jeffares & Dickinson on an online took for collaboration

Jeffares, Stephen, & Helen Dickinson (2016). Evaluating collaboration: The creation of an online tool employing Q methodology. Evaluation, 22(1), 91-107. (doi: 10.1177/1356389015624195) (Link: https://doi.org/10.1177/1356389015624195) Abstract: The continued prevalence of different forms of collaborative working within public policy requires adaption in evaluation practices. In recent years evaluation toolkits, audits and guides have migrated online, but with… Read More

Q Bibliography: Meshaka et al. on the involvement of pregnant women in research (previously in press)

Meshaka, Riwa, Stephen Jeffares, Farah Sadrudin, Nicole Huisman, & Ponnusamy Saravanan (2017, April). Why do pregnant women participate in research? A patient participation investigation using Q-methodology. Health Expectations, 20(2), 188-197. (doi: 10.1111/hex.12446) (Link: https://doi.org/10.1111/hex.12446) Abstract: Background: Patient participation in study design is paramount to design studies that are acceptable to patients. Despite an increase in… Read More

Q Bibliography: Rost on bridging qualitative-quantitative gap in psychotherapy research

Rost, Felicitas (2020, November). Q‐sort methodology: Bridging the divide between qualitative and quantitative. An introduction to an innovative method for psychotherapy research. Counselling & Psychotherapy Research. (ePub in advance of print) (doi: 10.1002/capr.12367) (Link: https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12367) (Open Access: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/capr.12367) Abstract: Q‐methodology offers unique opportunities for counselling and psychotherapy researchers and clinicians. It is an innovative technique… Read More

Q Bibliography: Szerb on preferences for agri-forestry products (book chapter, Hungarian)

Szerb, Boglárka (2020). Agrárerdészeti termékek fogyasztói preferenciájának vizsgálata Q-módszer segítségével [Investigation of consumer preference of agri-forestry products using Q-method]. In Barna Róbert, Berke Szilárd, Nagy Mónika Zita, Sántosi Péter, Szabó-Szentgróti Gábor, Rumbus Anikó, Tóth Katalin, & Varga József (Eds.), Őszikék – Tanulmányok a gazdaságtudomány tárgyköréből [Autumn––Studies in the Field of Economics] (pp. 103-118). Kaposvár, Hungary:… Read More

Q Bibliography: Spruijt et al. on experts as policy advisors (previously listed as in press)

Spruijt, Pita, Anne B. Knol, Arthur C. Petersen, & Erik Lebret (2018, May). Expert views on their role as policy advisor: Pilot study for the cases of electromagnetic fields, particulate matter, and antimicrobial resistance. Risk Analysis, 39(5), 968-974. (doi: 10.1111/risa.13224) (Link: https://doi.org/10.1111/risa.13224) Abstract: This perspective presents empirical data to demonstrate the existence of different expert… Read More

Q Bibliography: Zhang et al. on freshness in orange juice

Zhang, Ting, Karen Lusk, Miranda Mirosa, & Indrawati Oey (2016, March). Understanding young immigrant Chinese consumers’ freshness perceptions of orange juices: A study based on concept evaluation. Food Quality and Preference, 48(A), 156-165. (doi: 10.1016/j.foodqual.2015.09.006) (Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodqual.2015.09.006) Abstract: Freshness is a multidimensional attribute commonly encountered in everyday life and particularly in association with food. It… Read More

Q Bibliography: Nijnik et al. on social innovation in Ukrainian forestry

Nijnik, Maria, Tatiana Kluvánková, Albert Nijnik, Serhiy Kopiy, Mariana Melnykovych, Simo Sarkki, Carla Barlagne, Stanislava Brnkaláková, Leonid Kopiy, Igor Fizyk, & David Miller (2020, November). Is there a scope for social innovation in Ukrainian forestry? Sustainability, 12(22), art. 9674. 19 pp. (doi: 10.3390/su12229674) (Open Access: https://doi.org/10.3390/su12229674) Abstract: Social innovation is recognised for its potential to… Read More

Q Bibliography: Durrer et al. on young people’s understanding of culture (previously in press)

Durrer, Victoria, Grace Kelly, Martina McKnight, & Dirk Schubotz (2020). Exploring young people’s understanding of culture: A study from Northern Ireland. Cultural Trends, 29(1), 4-18. (doi: 10.1080/09548963.2019.1692184) (Link: https://doi.org/10.1080/09548963.2019.1692184) Abstract: This article highlights the need for greater understanding of the role that historical, socio-cultural and political context play in shaping perceptions of culture and cultural… Read More