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Narongdej Phanthaphoommee; Sunida Siwapathomchai – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: This article seeks to provide a fresh perspective on the methodological approach to studying caregiving in a transnational context by analysing, local caregiver's lifeworld, informal interpreting/translation and professional communication with foreign retirees. Design/methodology/approach: This project explores the complex and…
Descriptors: Caregivers, Retirement, Foreign Countries, Translation
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Viktoriya Zipper-Weber; Andrea Mandik – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: The negative cultural bias vis-à-vis international business and cross-cultural management has been duly acknowledged, necessitating recommendations towards investigating its positive effects. Methodologically, quantitative research clearly predominates, and there have been calls for alternative approaches. Thus, this conceptual paper…
Descriptors: International Organizations, Business, Bias, Cultural Influences
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Marlon Sipe; Reynaldo Gacho Segumpan – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: English, the lingua franca of the world, permeates a global teaching-learning space not only for communication "per se" but also as a medium of instruction and social interaction. The authors studied the lived experiences of five English-speaking university lecturers as regards English as a foreign language (EFL) teaching in a…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), College Faculty, Language Teachers, Barriers
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Koraya Techawongstien – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: The Thai video game domain has witnessed substantial growth in recent years. However, many games enjoyed by Thai players are in foreign languages, with only a handful of titles translated/localized into the Thai locale. Some Thai video game enthusiasts have taken on the role of unofficial translators/localizers, contributing to a…
Descriptors: Research Methodology, Data Collection, Video Games, Second Languages
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Nuntiya Doungphummes; Sirintorn Bhibulbhanuvat; Theeraphong Boonrugsa – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to illustrate and discuss the application of mindfulness practices rooted in Buddhism as the methodological praxis in implementing participatory action research (PAR) projects with older Thai adults. Design/methodology/approach: The paper draws on the researchers' reflexive accounts of participatory action…
Descriptors: Buddhism, Metacognition, Older Adults, Action Research
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Belinda Mary MacGill; Sangeeta Jattan; Dropati Lal; Babra Narain; Bec Neill; Teupola Nayaca; Alexandra Diamond; Ufemia Camaitoga – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explicate the links between public pedagogy, ethics of care and storying as a methodology and method in Oceania. Design/methodology/approach: This paper explores the role of extended families as First Teachers in iTaukei and Indo-Fijian Early Childhood contexts in Fiji. Using storying as methodology, the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Ethnic Groups, Early Childhood Teachers
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Iffat Khatoon – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: The paper aims to explore the intergenerational maps project that set out to map the Brimbank and Moonee Valley residents' awareness of their favourite aspects of their local community. In reflecting on the way this project enabled local knowledge exchanges between different age groups, the paper examines the way intergenerational…
Descriptors: Intergenerational Programs, Maps, Place Based Education, Age Groups
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Bronwyn A. Sutton – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: School climate strikes are opening spaces of appearance, becoming differently active forms of public pedagogy where new and previously unthought collective climate action is possible. This inquiry contributes to understanding school climate strikes as important forms of climate justice activism by exploring how they work as public…
Descriptors: Climate, Strikes, Activism, Environmental Education
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Karen Charman – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of the project was to intervene in a deficit reading of communities. This article engages public pedagogy in a way that suggests a new approach to the field. To this end, both the terms public and pedagogy are interrogated. Design/methodology/approach: The approach in this paper is an analysis of a qualitative research…
Descriptors: Public Education, Power Structure, Educational Theories, Educational Practices
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Ligia Pelosi – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: The Instagram site, teacherwhispers, was created as part of a qualitative research project that chronicled the stories and lived experience of preservice and graduate teachers. Since 2020, the purpose of the study was to identify themes connected to the participants' experiences of current trends in education. The intent was to situate…
Descriptors: Discourse Communities, Social Media, Visual Aids, Preservice Teachers
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Samantha Cooms; Vicki Saunders – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: Poetic inquiry is an approach that promotes alternate perspectives about what research means and speaks to more diverse audiences than traditional forms of research. Across academia, there is increasing attention to decolonising research. This reflects a shift towards research methods that recognise, acknowledge and appreciate diverse…
Descriptors: Poetry, Inquiry, Research Methodology, Qualitative Research
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Richard H. Derrah – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: In this article, I explore how critical realism influenced the methods and methodology as well as the translations of interviews from Japanese into English and the interpretations of teachers' understanding of the school at the center of this research. Design/methodology/approach: This article investigates the interaction of critical…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, English (Second Language), Language of Instruction, Translation
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Gritiya Rattanakantadilok – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: The present article seeks to further the analysis by examining the epitext employed by the press seeing as the epitext in the digital spaces might have given "Animal Farm" and its Thai re-translations a new lease on life. Design/methodology/approach: The interest in the study of translation and paratext has primarily been in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Translation, Novels, Thai
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Kwanchit Sasiwongsaroj; Mitsuko Ono; Sutpratana Duangkaew; Yumi Kimura – Qualitative Research Journal, 2024
Purpose: This article presents fieldwork perspectives and research reflexivity gained from the cross-national research team, with the aim of promoting better qualitative research practices in transnational research. It focuses on how the team incorporates diverse cultural perspectives and insider and outsider roles to enhance the research in the…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Research Methodology, Foreign Countries, Field Studies
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Mbadugha, Chisom Joy; Ogbonnaya, Ngozi Phoebe; Iheanacho, Peace Njideka; Omotola, Ngozi Joy; Ogbonna, Pleasure Nwakaego; Anetekhai, Chinenye Juliet – Qualitative Research Journal, 2023
Purpose: Schizophrenia, a chronic mental disorder, poses enormous threat to the individual, family and society. The advent of deinstitutionalization of the mentally ill transferred the burden of care to families especially close relatives. Few studies have described the families' subjective views in this context. Hence, this study aimed to explore…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Caregivers, Coping, Schizophrenia
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