Q Bibliography: Wijngaarden on ethnography in tourism research

Wijngaarden, Vanessa (2016, April 12). Q method and ethnography in tourism research: Enhancing insights, comparability and reflexivity. Current Issues in Tourism (online). (doi: 10.1080/13683500.2016.1170771) Abstract: Whereas other writers have recently presented Q method as an option for use in combination with traditional surveys, I employed the mind-mapping technique within a deeply qualitative approach. Showing how… Read More

Q Bibliography: Godor on the deep/surface dichotomy in student studying

Godor, Brian P. (2016, January 17). Moving beyond the deep and surface dichotomy; using Q methodology to explore students’ approaches to studying. Teaching in Higher Education, (http://doi.org/10.1080/13562517.2015.1136275) ePublication prior to print. Abstract: Student learning approaches research has been built upon the notions of deep and surface learning. Despite its status as part of the educational research canon,… Read More

Stewart on leadership and management in the U.S. armed forces

Stewart, William G. (2008, October 23). Perceptions of leadership and management: In the Armed Forces of the United States. Saarbr�cken, Germany: VDM Verlag. 156 pp. ISBN-13: 9783639088427. $75.77. Summary: This study probed U.S. military officers on their perceptions of effective leadership and management behaviors. Serving military members reported the leader styles they found especially useful.… Read More

New book chapter on Q methodology and risk under complexity

Brown, Mary Maureen (2008). Illuminating risk with Q methodology: The complexity of trans-disciplinary information system integration. In Linda F. Dennard, Kurt A. Richardson, & Goktuo Morcol (Eds.), Complexity and policy analysis: Tools and concepts for designing robust policies in a complex world (Exploring Organizational Complexity series, Vol. 2, pp. 307-322). Goodyear, AZ: ISCE Publishing [Institute… Read More