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International Review of Qualitative Research

International Review of Qualitative Research


eISSN: 19408455 | ISSN: 19408447 | Current volume: 13 | Current issue: 1 Frequency: Quarterly

Both academically sound and partisan, IRQR is a peer-reviewed journal founded to advance the use of critical, experimental, and traditional forms of qualitative inquiry towards the pursuit of social justice. As such, IRQR is a forum for:

  • Discussing critical qualitative research methodologies and practices
  • Advancing knowledge-based critiques of social settings and institutions
  • Furthering our understanding of issues, and advocating in policy arenas
  • Promoting human dignity, human rights, and just societies around the globe
  • Attendees of the annual International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry also receive IRQR as a benefit of participation.

International Review of Qualitative Research adheres to the University of California Press Statement of Publication Ethics. The full statement is available here.

Both academically sound and partisan, IRQR is a peer-reviewed journal founded to advance the use of critical, experimental, and traditional forms of qualitative inquiry towards the pursuit of social justice. As such, IRQR is a forum for:

  • Discussing critical qualitative research methodologies and practices
  • Advancing knowledge-based critiques of social settings and institutions
  • Furthering our understanding of issues, and advocating in policy arenas
  • Promoting human dignity, human rights, and just societies around the globe
Editor
Norman K. Denzin University of Illinois, Urbana - Champaign, USA
Michael Giardina Florida State University, USA
Associate Editor for New Directions
James Salvo Wayne State University, USA
Editorial Board
Bryant Keith Alexander College of Communications and Fine Arts, Loyola Marymount University–Los Angeles, USA
Tim Begaye Diné College, The Navajo Nation, USA
Leslie Bloom Roosevelt University, USA
Arthur P. Bochner Department of Communication, University of South Florida, USA
Julianne Cheek Atlantis Medical College, Oslo, Norway
Cynthia Dillard University of Georgia, USA
Marcelo Diversi Washington State University, USA
Carolyn S. Ellis Department of Communication, University of South Florida, USA
Frederick David Erickson Graduate School of Education, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Mustafa Y. Eryaman Curriculum and Instruction, International Association of Educators, Turkey
Michelle M. Fine Social and Personality Psychology, City University of New York, USA
Aitor Gómez Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain
Alison Jones Te Puna Wananga (School of Maori Education), Faculty of Education, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Patti Lather Education, Ohio State University, USA
Yvonna S. Lincoln Texas A&M University, USA
Lisa A. Mazzei University of Oregon, USA
Janice M. Morse School of Nursing, University of Utah, USA
Ronald J. Pelias University of Lousiana at Lafayette, USA
Cesar A. Cisneros Puebla Departamento de Sociología, UAM Iztapalapa, México
Mojca Ramsak Center for Biographic Research, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Anne Reinertsen Department of Education, Nord-Trondelag University College, Levanger, Norway
Jude Robinson HaCCRU, University of Liverpool, UK
Roy Ruckdeschel School of Social Work, Saint Louis University, USA
Johnny Saldaña Arizona State University, USA
Ian F Shaw Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of York, UK
Linda Tuhiwai Smith University of Waikato, New Zealand
Tami Spry Department of Speech Communication, St. Cloud State University, USA
Harry Torrance Institute of Education, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Mary Weems Department of English, John Carroll University, USA
Pamela Zapata-Sepulveda Universidad de Tarapacá, Arica, Chile
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