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International Journal of Social Research Methodology

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Indigenous Methodologies: Virtual Special Issue

Editorial by Rosalind Edwards Developments in the field of indigenous methodologies and indigenous/non-indigenous research collaborations provide the potential for…

Feminist Research Methods

‘With women, by women, for women’.  This mantra, as discussed in the first paper in this collection (Goodey, 1998), sums up a formative ethic of feminist research. …

Mixed Methods: An International Journal of Social Research…

Editorial: Julia Brannen This first Virtual Issue of International Journal of Social Research Methodology is about mixed methods, a fitting choice given that this…

Survey Non-Response: An International Journal of Social Research…

Editorial by Tarek Mostafa Survey non-response represents a major challenge to data analyses. It results in smaller samples, lower statistical power, incomplete…

Virtual Issue on Health Research Methods

Health research is one of the largest and most diverse fields of social science research. At one extreme, a significant strand of research has provided basic social…

Visual Research Methods

Visual research methods are those that incorporate some kind of imagery into the research process.  Images can constitute the research data, or the tools through…

Sampling

Virtual Issue: Sampling The etymology of the word ‘sample’ originates with the Latin ‘exemplum’, or example, meaning, ‘that which is taken out or removed’. Sampling…

Ethics and Social Research

Research ethics can seem like a dry, rule-bound subject. However, reading any article on ethics from the International Journal of Social Research Methodology (IJSRM)…