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Drawing on sociocultural influences, a repository of information on the topics of qualitative research, academia, motherhood/mothering, and popular culture.
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Why Does Teacher Gender Matter? - ScienceDirect

Why Does Teacher Gender Matter? - ScienceDirect | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it
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Mandy Archibald-What can qualitative researchers gain from art

Presentation by Dr. Mandy Archibald, clinician scientist from the University of Alberta, as part of The Qualitative Master Methods Class Webinar Series
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Dr. Amanda Alexander | A+AH @ UTA

Dr. Amanda Alexander | A+AH @ UTA | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it
The Art + Art History Department at the University of Texas at Arlington
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Faculty with a great interest in arts-based methods
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Shaun McNiff - Lesley University

Shaun McNiff - Lesley University | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it

Art as Research (forthcoming 2013)
Integrating the Arts in Therapy: History, Theory, and Practice (2009)
Art Heals: How Creativity Cures the Soul (2004)
Creating with Others: The Practice of Imagination in Art, Life and the Workplace (2003)
Trust the Process: An Artist’s Guide to Letting Go (1998)
Art-Based Research (1998)
Art as Medicine (1992)
Depth Psychology of Art (1989)

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A pioneer in arts-based research

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Fear of Stigma Lingers About Use of Family-Friendly Policies

Fear of Stigma Lingers About Use of Family-Friendly Policies | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it
Some female professors say being a mother can still hobble a career.
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Showing the continued need for research and action on addressing issues of family-friendly policies, "work-family balance," and work place policies in general.

 

Have you used any family-friendly policies? What was your experience?

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A Model for Developing an Interdisciplinary Theoretical Framework for Adult Learning and Teaching

A Model for Developing an Interdisciplinary Theoretical Framework for Adult Learning and Teaching | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it

With a growing number of students entering graduate programs (National Center for Education Statistics, 2010), there is an increasing

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A paper to be presented at the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education conference, November 2014

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Visual Analysis. New Developments in the Interpretative Analysis of Video and Photography | Knoblauch | Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research

Visual Analysis. New Developments in the Interpretative Analysis of Video and Photography
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Includes discussion of the ways in which those in research and conducting research view and interpret images.

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Should You Have a Baby in Graduate School?

Should You Have a Baby in Graduate School? | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it
I can’t tell you the answer. But I do know this: The decision belongs to you, not the chair of your dissertation committee.
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The conversation continues about mothers in academia. Here discussion about women's bodies, decisions, and academia.

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Challenging ethical conventions: disseminating research with participants | Social Theory Applied

Challenging ethical conventions: disseminating research with participants | Social Theory Applied | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it
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Mama, PhD » Academic News

Mama, PhD » Academic News | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it
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Blog archives, podcass on women in academia; calls for papers, women in academia

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Book List

The books currently in the library: Women Don't Ask, by Linda Babcock and Sara Laschever. Ask For It: How Women Can Use the Power of Negotiation to Get What They Really Want, by Linda Babcock and S...
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Empowering Women in Higher Education and Student Affairs: Theory, Research, Narratives, and Practice From Feminist Perspectives (An ACPA Publication): Penny A. Pasque, Shelley Errington Nicholson, ...

Empowering Women in Higher Education and Student Affairs: Theory, Research, Narratives, and Practice From Feminist Perspectives (An ACPA Publication) [Penny A. Pasque, Shelley Errington Nicholson, Linda J.
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Conducting Qualitative Research of Learning in Online Spaces | SAGE Publications Inc

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A qualitative research text that would be great to review
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Double Jeopardy? Gender Bias Against Women of Color in Science

Double Jeopardy? Gender Bias Against Women of Color in Science | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it
This report asks a long-standing question: do the patterns documented in experimental social psychologists’ labs reflect what is actually occurring at work for women in the STEM fields? (Mitchell & Tetlock, 2006). The answer is yes. Gender bias exists, and it exists for women of color: 100% of the sixty scientists interviewed for this study reported encountering one or more of these patterns of gender bias.
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Yes, a double hit against women and women of color
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Using sensory ethnography to understand the construction of 'mothering' | Social Theory Applied

Using sensory ethnography to understand the construction of 'mothering' | Social Theory Applied | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it

"I am currently in the write up phase of my PhD and through writing my ethnographic chapters I am faced with the challenge of transferring a theoretical approach I learned in the field through to my writing style and analysis. I set out in my doctoral fieldwork to discover how women’s self-identity and collective mothering practices in Chiapas, Mexico are mutually constituted"

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Mothering in Chiapas, Mexico, a potential relation to arts-based research.

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Using Word for Qualitative Data Analysis

Using Word for Qualitative Data Analysis | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it

In this slide show, Jenna Condie for a Qualitative Methods in Psychology (QMiP) workshop, explains how the features of Word support more detailed coding, including developing detailed definitions of the codes, and keeping track of comments and emerging ideas about the data.


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A different manner of conducting qualitative research without NVivo or other more highly focused programs.

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I have used word to do qualitative analysis exercises with undergrads and it has worked well. I have mainly used the comment tool and highlighter so was interested to see how tables could be used. The likes of Nvivo can be useful particularly with large data sets; but for smaller pieces of analysis I think using word or good old post-it notes and wall paper can work just as well. After all, the tools available are just a means to an end.

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The Really Obvious (but All-Too-Often-Ignored) Guide to Getting Published

The Really Obvious (but All-Too-Often-Ignored) Guide to Getting Published | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it
As a journal editor, there are several errors I see again and again—the sort of things that make me bang my head against my desk. Don’t make them!
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How to Get from Competition to Collaboration in Academia

How to Get from Competition to Collaboration in Academia | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it
What happens when you come across another academic who seems so incredibly amazing that you are no longer sure where you stand? Recently, I came across a website and fellow academic who blew me awa...
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The secret thoughts of academics that can go down a positive or negative route.

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What are the benefits and drawbacks of case study research? | Social Theory Applied

What are the benefits and drawbacks of case study research? | Social Theory Applied | MMAP: Methods, Mothers, Academia + Popular Culture | Scoop.it
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Writer

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In her 2010 book,   Motherhood & Feminism, by Seal Press , Amber Kinser unfolds an engaged history of women's advocacy efforts related to motherhood.  Well-researched and written for students and...
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Helping Faculty Find Work-Life Balance: The Path Toward Family-Friendly Institutions: Maike Ingrid Philipsen, Timothy B. Bostic, Mary Ann Mason: 9780470540954: Amazon.com: Books

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