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.
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
The Harold Lasswell Prize for the best article in the 2009 volume of the journal Policy Sciences has gone to the following: Rutherford, Murray B., Michael L. Gibeau, Susan G. Clark, & Emily C. Chamberlain (2009 May). Interdisciplinary problem solving workshops for grizzly bear conservation in Banff National Park, Canada. Policy Sciences, 42(2), 163-187. Abstract.… Read More
Hung Kyu Kim has just been informed that his book, Q Methodology: Philosophy, Theories, Analysis, and Practice (Seoul: CommunicationBooks, Inc., ISBN: 978-89-8499-951-0), has been selected Book of the Year by the selection committee of the Korean Society for Journalism and Mass Communication, the largest society of its kind in Korea with approximately 2000 members. The committee… Read More
Steven Brown has been named the recipient of the 2009 Harold Lasswell Award of the International Society of Political Psychology and will be presented with the award during the Society’s 32nd annual meeting July 14-17 at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. The Lasswell Award is for “distinguished scientific contribution in the field of political psychology” and… Read More