Q Bibliography: Franz et al. on sexual relationships among German and British young people

Franz, Anke, Marcia Worrell, & Claus Vögele (2016). Discourses of sexual relationships in a sample of German and British young people: A Q methodological study. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 18(4), 391-404. (https://doi.org/10.1080/13691058.2015.1089324) Abstract: Young people live in an environment that sexualises them, particularly women, along traditional gender roles. This, in parallel with a silence about… Read More

Q Bibliography: Lee et al. on ecotourism resources

Lee, Jae-hyuck, Sung-hoon Kim, & Hyuk-soo Kwon (2017, January). Mapping interests by stakeholders’ subjectivities toward ecotourism resources: The case of Seocheon-Gun, Korea. Sustainability, 9(1), art. 93, 12 pp. (doi:10.3390/su9010093) (Accessible: http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/9/1/93/htm) Abstract:Ecotourism spatial planning requires the balance of both development and conservation. Through environmental data analysis, many researchers have suggested spatial planning that falls between… Read More

Q Dissertation: Rodríguez on English language teacher education

Rodríguez, Migdalia Elizabeth (2016). Effective pedagogical practices in online English language teacher education. Doctoral dissertation (Second Language Acquisition and Teaching), University of Arizona. (Accessible: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/304496993) Abstract: Internet technology has made possible for students to be able to have access to continuous learning. Currently, online education has gained credibility and academic leaders’ belief about its value… Read More

Q Bibliography: Lee & Choi on government-led ecotourism

Lee, Jae-hyuck, & Hae Ok Choi (2017). Stakeholders’ views on reducing financial support in government-led ecotourism areas. Ocean & Coastal Management, 144, 7-15. (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2017.03.033) Abstract: Government-led ecotourism, which is common in developing countries, produces several tangible outputs, such as the certification of international institutes for high-quality ecological landscaping, as well as increased tourism and… Read More

Q Bibliography: Lee & Son on government- and resident-led ecotourism

Lee, Jae-hyuck, & Yoon-hoon Son (2017). Government-led ecotourism and resident-led ecotourism: Time series analysing stakeholder subjectivity in Maha Ecotourism Site in Pyeongchang, Korea. International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development, 5(2), 47-59. (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14246/irspsd.5.2_47) Abstract: Government-led ecotourism has advantages including a clear vision and quick outcome; nevertheless, it has stimulated conflicts between government and… Read More

Q Bibliography: O’Neill et al. on climate change imagery

O’Neill, Saffron J., Maxwell T. Boykoff, Simon Niemeyer, & Sophie A. Day (2013, April). On the use of imagery for climate change engagement. Global Environmental Change, 23(2), 413-421. Abstract:This article answers calls from scholars to attend to a research gap concerning the visual representation of climate change. We present results from three Q-methodology workshops held… Read More

Q Bibliography: Lee and Son on ecotourism development in Korea

Lee, Jae-hyuck, & Yong-hoon Son (2016). Stakeholder subjectives toward ecotourism development using Q methodology: The case of Maha ecotourism site in Pyeongchang, Korea. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 21(8), 931-951. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10941665.2015.1084347) Abstract: Ecotourism needs ecological sensitivity and respect for the ecological culture of local residents. From this perspective, listening to the opinion of local… Read More

Q Bibliography: Lee et al. on ecosystem decision making in Seocheon, Korea

Lee, Jae-hyuck, Moohan Kim, Byeori Kim, Hong-Jun Park, & Hyuck-soo Kwon (2017, May). Performing ecosystem services at mud flats in Seocheon, Korea: Using Q methodology for cooperative decision making. Sustainability, 9(5), art. 769. (doi:10.3390/su9050769) Abstract: The concept of ecosystem services, which are the direct and indirect benefits of nature to humans, has been established as… Read More

Q Bibliography: Díaz et al. on hydropower energy policy implementation in Switzerland

Díaz, Paula, Carolina Adler, & Anthony Patt (2017). Do stakeholders’ perspectives on renewable energy infrastructure pose a risk to energy policy implementation? A case of a hydropower plant in Switzerland. Energy Policy, 108, 21-28. Abstract: As governments propose policies for increasing use of renewable energy, a key risk to policy implementation concerns potential conflicts amongst… Read More

Q Bibliography: Wood et al. on service users’ perceptions of recovery from psychosis

Wood, Lisa, Jason Price, Anthony Morrison, & Gillian Haddock (2013). Exploring service users perceptions of recovery from psychosis: A Q-methodological approach. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 86, 245-261. Abstract: Objective. Recovery from psychosis has been greatly studied, especially in relation to outcome. However, it is still a poorly defined concept and there has… Read More