As a valued member of the International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity (ISSSS) you have now full access to the back files of Operant Subjectivity. In partnership with Erasmus University every article ever published in OS is now available for download to all current members.
Qmethod(.org), as any platform for an academic association has a fine line to walk: on the one hand, it must be open and inclusive, but on the other hand, especially new users may expect high quality, uncontroversial resources from I4S as a sort of canonical source for things Q. Qmethod.org is designed to fulfil both these goals.
ISSSS Executive Committee July 2014 ISSSS is led by a small Executive Committee, comprising President, Vice President, Past President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Advisor. All elected positions will be available from September 2014 (the Past President is a member of the Committee but is not an elected position). Being a part of the Executive committee is… Read More
Two Assistant Editors are required to assist the Editor in Chief, James Good, in the publication of Operant Subjectivity: the official journal of the International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity (ISSSS). About the journal: The primary mission of Operant Subjectivity is to foster understanding of subjectivity through presentation of original research, theoretical and… Read More
The 31st Annual Q Conference will be held in Ancona, Italy from September 14 (pre-conference workshops) to September 17, 2015. On the 18, post-conference tour to Raphael’s museum in Urbino. The hosts will be Professors Raffaele Zanoli and Simona Naspetti from the Universita Politecnica delle Marche. More information to come!
Welcome by ISSSS President Rachel Baker. Calltoorder 4:00 PM CEST. Approval of Minutes from 2012 ISSSS Business Meeting. Motion by Jim Rhoads, Seconded by Muriel Stephenson Minutes approved unanimously. I4S Budget/Treasurer’s Report – Mark Popovich. Number of registrations at this year’s meeting—119 registered 66 professional, 53 students—Workshop 34 registered 18 professional, 16 students. Number of… Read More
Marshall Baker, Oklahoma State University, and Tim Deignan (@timdeignan), an independent researcher in the UK, are co-recipients of the second Donald J. Brenner Outstanding Paper Award for the papers they presented at the 2011 conference meeting in Birmingham, UK
Wendy Stainton Rogers is the third winner of the prestigious Stephenson Award, the highest award offered by the ISSSS. Prof. Rogers teaches Q and promotes the methodology at the Open University, Milton Keynes, England.
Following three terms Dr Amanda Wolf will be stepping down as Editor of Operant Subjectivity as of volume 37, issue 1 (October 2013). The ISSSS Executive Committee invite applications for a replacement Editor. The successful candidate will initially take up a position as Associate Editor from Jan 2013 to work alongside Amanda Wolf before taking… Read More
Steve Brown earned his Ph.D. in political science at the University of Missouri in 1968, where he also studied journalism and, as a result, met William Stephenson who was then a member of the J-school faculty. Steve went on to take several courses from Professor Stephenson; and, for a time, they were backyard neighbors. Steve… Read More