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35th Annual Q Conference for the
Scientific Study of Subjectivity (Q2019)

University of Naples Federico II
& Associazione Scientifica Centro di Portici

Naples, 18 – 21 September

Wednesday – 18th September

Pre Conference Workshops 

Venue: Dipartimento di Studi Aziendali ed Economici
University of Napoli “Parthenope”
Palazzo Pacanowski, Via Generale Parisi, 13 – NAPOLI

9:30 – 16:30        Advanced Workshop
9:30 – 12:30        Introductory Workshop
13:30-16:30 Completing a Q Dissertation Workshop (webinar)

Welcoming Reception
Time: 18:30 – 20:00
Venue:  Centro Congressi Federico II, Via Partenope 36 (3rd floor)
Sponsored by: Tenuta Passaro – Ogliastro Marina


Thursday – 19th September 2019

Venue: Complesso dei SS Marcellino e Festo
University of Napoli Federico II, 
Largo San Marcellino 10 – NAPOLI

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Time

Room

Topic

Speaker1

Speaker2

Speaker3

Chair

P0

09:30-1100

Church

Opening welcome to ISSSS 35th annual conference

Matteo Lorito –Agricultural Science Department Chair

Maria Rosaria Carillo –Associazione Scientifica Centro di Portici President

Gianni Cicia  – Organizing Committee

James C. Rhoads  – ISSSS President

 

 KEYNOTE: Dr Stephen Jeffares (University of Birmingham)

 

 

11:00-11:30

Cloister

Break

 

1A

11:30-12:45

Church

Health I

#58 Does participating in a citizen panel affect
participants’ preferences? Vivian Reckers-Droog and Job van Exel

#15 Nurses’ views on
compassionate care: a Q method study. Ann Philp

#14 Differentiating the voice of
the community: Understanding rural perspectives on how to improve health.
Bobby Macaulay, Neil McHugh, Artur Steiner and Cam Donaldson

Helen Mason

1B

11:30-12:45

Pagano 2

Agriculture & Environment

#31 Agriculture meets society:
giving voice to citizen for the future evolution of the Common Agricultural
Policy.
Teresa Del Giudice, Teresa Panico,
Carla Cavallo, Gianni Cicia, Francesco Zeno, Simona Naspetti, Simona
Mandolesi, Giuseppina Migliore, Giorgio Schifani, Francesco Solfanelli and
Raffaele Zanoli

#13 Perceptions about decision
making in dairy farms management in the south of Uruguay. Walter Callero,
Francisco Dieguez and Virginia Gravina

#47 Unraveling diverse values of
ecosystem services: a social valuation using the Q-method. Sofia Maniatakou

Elena Zepharovich

1C

11:30-12:45

Pagano 1

Education I

#48 Perceptions of public
speaking of students enrolled in a discipline-specific speech class: A Q
methodology study. Katelyn Miller, Angel Riggs, Quisto Settle and Samantha
Blackwell

#16 What does ‘Mastery’ mean to
secondary mathematics teachers? Jennifer Shearman

#6 Exploring educators’
perspectives on EAL provision by using an online Q sorting application. Gary
Bonar, Anne Keary and Yvette Slaughter

Debra Wale

 

12:45-13:45

Cloister

 

Lunch

Sponsored by:
Fattoria La Rivolta

 

 

2A

13:45-15:00

Church

Psychology

#51 Becoming Believers. Kimberlee Everson

#1 What Drives Me? A Q-Methodology Study on
Motives of Social Work Researchers behind Their Research Approach. Martine
Ganzevles, Daan Andriessen and Tine Van Regenmortel

#4 Q-Methodology in the Assessment of Subjective
Spiritual and Religious Views: The Faith Q-Sort in Light of a Global Survey.
Peter Nynäs and Janne Kontala

April Nauman

2B

13:45-15:00

Pagano 2

Methodology I

#38 Developing the Concourse and
Q Set for a Values Study. Brandy Walker

#41 Cyborg Ethics: a
cross-national Q study.
Stéphanie Gauttier,
Kiyoshi Murata, Mario Aras Oliva and Jorge Pelegrin Borondo

#46 Using Q methodology for
studying controversial topics: Advantages over interviews. Julia Thomas

Job van Exel

3A

15:00-16:15

Pagano 2

Education and Health

#55 Impact of Burnout on
Undergraduate Agricultural Communications Students in the College of
Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources: A Q Methodology Study. Samantha
Blackwell, Angel Riggs and Diane Montgomery

#43 School Staff’s Experiences
with Smith-Magenis syndrome in Schools – What Do They Need and How Do They
Handle the Behaviour?. Heidi Elisabeth Nag, Klara Øverland and Terje Nærland

#39 Resiliency and Emotional
Maturity for College Students of African Descent. Elizabeth Albright and
Diane Montgomery

Adam Gyenes

3B

15:00-16:15

Church

Political Science I (Racial
issues)

#65 Sorting through Outcomes for Civic
Programming Recognizing Racial Terror Lynchings. Chris Janson and Rudy
Jamison

#23 “Doing” Integration:
A bottom-up unraveling of integration discourses in practices. Angelique van
Dam

#18 Representing Race: The Race
Spectrum Subjectivity of Diversity in Film. Jesse King Jones, Sohyun Ribeiro,
Tom Robinson and Clark Callahan

Stephen Jeffares

3C

15:00-16:15

Pagano 1

Environment Methodology

#9 Environmental Justice in land
use change. Perceptions of deforestation in the Argentinean Chaco. Elena
Zepharovich, Michele Graziano Ceddia and Stephan Rist

#60 Agriculture students’
perceptions on climate change, what they learn, understand and apply. Rodrigo
Olano, Daniella Bresciano, Beatriz Bellenda and Virginia Gravina

#20 Perceptions of climate
change as a security issue in the case of Greece: an application of Q
methodology in security studies. Charis Gerosideris

Teresa del Giudice

 

16:15-16:45

Cloister

 

Break

 

4A

16:45-18:00

Pagano 2

Political Science II

#81 Ideas of the virtual public servant:
Artificial Intelligence and the future of frontline work: a Q methodology
study. Stephen Jeffares

#30 Thirty Years After Roger
& Me: Subjective Understandings of a Political Documentary. James Rhoads

#45 Citizen Perspective of
Participatory Budgeting Process in Local Government: A Q-methodological
Approach. So Won Seon

Chris Janson

4B

16:45-18:00

Church

Consumer Research

#44 Italian consumers’
viewpoints towards New Breeding Techniques (NTB) in organic farming.
Simona Naspetti, Serena Mandolesi, Carla Cavallo, Gianni
Cicia, Teresa Del Giudice, Giuseppina Migliore, Giorgio Schifani, Francesco
Solfanelli and Raffaele Zanoli

#12 Perceptions of the Slow
Fashion Movement in Uruguay, a Q study. Valentina Cracco, Agustina Martinez,
Virginia Gravina and Paulina Siri

#54 Mothers’ Values in Their
Grocery Purchasing Decisions: A Q Method Study. Susan Murray, Angel Riggs and
Jon Ramsey

Carla Cavallo

4C

16:45-18:00

Pagano 1

Education II

#33 Spatialising Student Voice.
Debra Wale

#73 Who participates and why: An
examination of activity levels and benefits within professional
organizations. Katherine Kandalec Holm

#57 Research Conference
Attendance Kimberlee Everson, Lester Archer and Shannon Sales.

Isabel Fischer

 

20:00-23:00

 

Awards
Dinner
 

Restaurant
Zì Teresa (Via Borgo Marinari, 1)
 

Sponsored by:
Consorzio Tutela Vini Vesuvio

Special Guests: “I Terra terra “
Folk music band
from Agricultural Science Department of University of Napoli
Federico II
Band leader: Prof. Raffaele Sacchi

 

 Friday – 20th September 2019

Venue: Complesso dei SS Marcellino e Festo
University of Napoli Federico II, 
Largo San Marcellino 10 – NAPOLI

P1

9:00-10:15

Church

Special
Workshop – Custom Your Q: Real Time Results for Classrooms and Participatory
Q Conversations

Dr
Brandy Walker

 

 

10:15-10:45

 

Break

 

5A

10:45-12:15

Pagano 1

Education III

#67 Innovativeness as a
personality trait or multiple subjective mindsets?
A Q study on students as future innovators. Raffaele
Zanoli, Simona Naspetti, Serena Mandolesi and Emilia Cubero Dudinskaya

#59 African American female
perspectives of African American female educators’ leader/ leadership
development. Rudy Jamison and Chris Janson

#5 Perceptions of Critical
Thinking among International and Domestic students at Japanese Universities –
A Q-Methodological Study. Adam Gyenes

Angel Riggs

5B

10:45-12:15

Church

Methodology II

#42 Analysis of the dynamics of
the Q-sort construction. Claire Gauzente, Pascale Kuntz, Aurélien Milliat and
Yves Roy

#22 Applying the
phenomenological concepts of variations and horizons in Q: a single case
study. Stéphanie Gauttier and Nicola Liberati

#26 Graphical Representation of
Factors in Oblique Manual Rotations for Q Studies. Byung Lee

James Good

5C

10:45-12:15

Pagano 2

Marketing & Communication I

#37 The Power of the Disney
Princesses: An Analysis of College Aged Women’s Attitudes and Opinions. Tom
Robinson, Scott Church, Clark Callahan and Lucia Pollock

#36 More Than A Fan: A Q Method
Analysis of Why People Love the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Danielle Moran,
Dallin Adams and Tom Robinson

#70 Star Wars, A Fandom’s Story:
A Q Methods Study on the Fans of Star Wars. Austin Shurtliff and Kristen Ray

Tom Robinson

6A

12:15-13:30

Church

Methodology III

#74 Q Methodology and Quantum
Probability. Daniel Marangoni

#24 Complementarity in physics,
Q, and mixed methods. Susan Ramlo

#64 A Peripatetic Educator:
William Stephenson and the Theory and Practice of Education. James Good

Raffaele Zanoli

6B

12:15-13:30

Pagano 2

Health II

#10 A Study on Perception types
for South Korean Millennials about Elderly Support and its Characteristics: A
Q-Methodology Application. Jangbum Lee and Soon Eun Kim

#25 Counseling Ohio Youth: What
Their Parents Hope for in Mental Health Counseling Services in A County
Identified As Appalachian. Thomas Newman, Mary Beth Rowse and Stephanie
Newman

#8 Perceptions of counselors
regarding the use of clinical supervision interventions when working with a
rural client at risk for suicide. Robin Archer

Klara Øverland

6C

12:15-13:30

Pagano 1

Marketing and Communication II

#17 Football Fan
“IntPERceptions” of the NFL’s Role in Society: A Q Methodology Study.
Madison Parks and Alex Sanders

#11. How Corporate Trainers Get
Groupies: A Q Methodology Study of Viewpoints on Why Trainees Seek out the
Same Corporate Trainer for Additional Training. Holly A. Sullenger and
Diane G. Chapman

#19 Communicating, Searching,
Referring: The Appeal of Communicating through GIFs. Scott Church

Scott Church

 

13:30-15:00

Cloister

Lunch
and Poster Viewing (from 2pm)

Sponsored by:
Fattoria La Rivolta
 

 

7A

15:00-15:50

Church

Political Science III

#56 Civil or Uncivil: Q
Methodology Application in Online Comment. Jun Zhang and Se Jung Kim

#2 The 2017 incidents in the
Aegean and Turkish Foreign Policy: using Q-methodology to examine the
viewpoints within the Greek side. Vasileios Karakasis

 

Bobby Macaulay

7B

15:00-15:50

Pagano 2

 

Journalism & Media

#50 Perceived Appropriateness of
Celebrity Grave Markers. Linda Daley and Dennis Kinsey

#53 Fake News: Perceptions of Platform
and Type. Mohammad Ali and Dennis Kinsey

 

James Rhoads

7C

15:00-15:50

Pagano 1

Methodology IV

#3 Gen Z’s perceptions of
factors impacting academic and employment outcomes: an adapted Q methodology
study. Isabel Fischer

#82 Perspectives on Teacher
Evaluation: Reanalysis with Second-Order Factor Analysis and Comparison of
Findings. Terry Stirling, Arlene C. Borthwick, April D. Nauman

 

Susan Ramlo

 

16:00-17:00

Church

ISSSS
Business Meeting

 

 

17:00- 19:00

Church

Short presentation of the Guided Tour
(Dr Carla Cavallo) 

Guided Tour to Naples Cathedral
and to the San Gennaro’s (St. Januarius) Blood miracle 

approximately 1 km walking (complimentary).

 

 

Saturday – 21st September 2019

7:30: Porta di Massa Harbour – Calata Porta di Massa
Start of Capri Tour (be sure to be there on
time to take the ferry)

17:55: Beverello Harbour – Molo Beverello
End of Capri Tour

We appreciated your participation to the
conference. Enjoy your stay in Naples.

The Organizing Committee:

Carla Cavallo  – University of Naples Federico II
Gianni Cicia – University of Naples Federico II
Teresa Del Giudice – University of Naples Federico II
Helen Mason – Glasgow Caledonian University
Raffaele Zanoli – Università Politecnica delle Marche