Q Bibliography: Fluckinger on Big Five measurement and social desirability

Fluckinger, Chris D. (2014, August 9). Big Five measurement via Q-sort: An alternative method for constraining socially desirable responding. SAGE Open, 4(3). (Accessible at http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/2158244014547196) Abstract: Socially desirable responding presents a difficult challenge in measuring personality. I tested whether a partially ipsative measure—a normatively scored Q-sort containing traditional Big Five items—would produce personality scores indicative… Read More

Q Bibliography: Lansing on forestry stakeholders in Costa Rica

Lansing, David M. (2013). Not all baselines are created equal: A Q methodology analysis of stakeholder perspectives of additionality in a carbon forestry offset project in Costa Rica. Global Environmental Change, 23(3), 654-663. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2013.02.005) Abstract: This paper uses a Q methodology for analyzing actor subjectivity in order to examine the extent to which differently situated… Read More

Q Bibliography: Jenkins on perspectives of mining development

Jenkins, Jeffrey S. (2017). Rare earth at Bearlodge: Anthropocentric and biocentric perspectives of mining development in a multiple use landscape. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, ePublication prior to print (doi 10.1007/s13412-016-0412-7) Abstract: Multiple use livelihoods and recreational activities provide important economic opportunities for communities throughout the American West, especially in rural areas where public… Read More

Q Dissertation: Jenkins on mineral development, use management, and socio-ecological values

Jenkins, Jeffrey S. (2016). Rare earth at Bearlodge: Extractive mineral development, multiple use management, and socio-ecological values in the American West. Doctoral dissertation (Environmental Studies), University of California, Santa Cruz. Abstract: Mining is recognized as the “highest and best use” of U.S. Forest Service lands that are also designated for multiple use through statutes that… Read More

Q Dissertation: Apanecatl-Ibarra on views of the research university

Apanecatl-Ibarra, Édgar (2016). Exploring the views of American, international, and Mexican students of the Anglo Saxon model of the research university: A Q methodology study. Doctoral dissertation (Educational Leadership and Policy Studies), Oklahoma State University. Abstract: The purpose of this Q methodological study was to explore the views of three groups of graduate students concerning… Read More

Q Dissertation: Danskin on beliefs about motherhood

Danskin, Kerri A. (2016). The impact of experience on beliefs about motherhood. Doctoral dissertation (Psychology), New School for Social Research of the New School University. Abstract: While the intergenerational transmission of trauma is well documented, its mechanisms remain inadequately understood. The present study draws from Mesman, van IJzendoorn, Behrens, Carbonell, Rodrigo Cárcamo, et al. (2015)… Read More

Q Bibliography: Collins & Liang on online professional development for ELLs teachers

Collins, Linda J., & Xin Liang (2014, July). Task relevance in the design of online professional development for teachers of ELLs: A Q methodology study. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 15(3), 268-281. Abstract: Online professional development (oPD) for teachers should focus on designing webbased learning opportunities that help practicing educators solve the tough problems… Read More

Q Bibliography: Hensel on assessing learning outcomes

Hensel, Desirée. (in press, 30 December 2016). Using Q methodology to assess learning outcomes following the implementation of a concept-based curriculum. Nurse Educator, ePublication prior to print. (doi: 10.1097/NNE.0000000000000357) Abstract: The use of a concept-based curriculum in nursing education is increasing, but assessing its impact remains challenging. This project discusses how Q methodology was used… Read More

Q Bibliography: Hensel et al. on views about certified registered nurse anesthetists

Hensel, Desirée, Rachel Cooper, & Neil Craney (in press, 22 December 2016). Operating room personnel viewpoints about certified registered nurse anesthetists. Western Journal of Nursing Research, ePublication prior to print. (Accessible: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0193945916682730) (doi: 10.1177/0193945916682730) Abstract: The purpose of this project was to explore what attitudes physicians, nurses, and operating room technicians had about working with… Read More

Q Bibliography: Leong & Lejano on thick narratives and integrated water resource management around China’s Yellow River

Leong, Ching & Raul Lejano (2016, December). Thick narratives and the persistence of institutions: Using the Q methodology to analyse IWRM reforms around the Yellow River. Policy Sciences, 49, 445–465.(doi: 10.1007/s11077-016-9253-1) Abstract: A dominant form of integrated water resources management (IWRM) assumes that existing parochial path dependencies need to be overcome to transform fragmented, contested… Read More