Conference Theme:
Academic and Commercial Qualitative Research: State of the Art

Nova Southeastern University
Fort Lauderdale, Florida USA
January 8, 2010

Schedule

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Academic and Commercial Qualitative Research: The Best of Both Worlds

Ronald Chenail, Nova Southeastern University

Attributes of Spirituality Described by Survivors of Sexual Violence

Gregory Knapik, University of Akron
Donna S. Martsolf, Kent State University
Claire B. Draucker, Kent State University
Karen D. Strickland, Kent State University

Becoming Better Reviewers of Qualitative Research

Maureen Duffy, Nova Southeastern University

Getting Published: Journey into an Editor's Mind

Sally St. George
Dan Wulff

It's a Process: Mentally Preparing for Iterative Manuscript Development

Karen Wilson Scott

Making Meaning Together: An Exploratory Study of Therapeutic Conversation Between Helping Professionals and Homeless Shelter Residents

Christine A. Walsh, University of Calgary
Gayle E. Rutherford, University of Calgary
Kristina N. (Ahosaari) Sarafincian, Health Canada

Question Utilization in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: A Recursive Frame Analysis of Insoo Kim Berg'’s Solution Tak

Jeffrey Cotton, Nova Southeastern University

Reception and Book Signings

Rita Denny, Practica Group
Patricia Sunderland, Practica Group
Ronald Chenail, Nova Southeastern University

Roundtable Discussions

Jacquelynn Browne, Nova Southeastern University
Rita Denny, Practica Group
Charlene Desir, Nova Southeastern University
Linda Sommer, Sommer Consulting
Patricia Sunderland, Practica Group
Johanna Tunon, Nova Southeastern University
Deborah Tritt, Nova Southeastern University
Joseph Yeager, Sommer Consulting

Synthesizing Qualitative Research

Ronald Chenail, Nova Southeastern University

Teaching the Next Generation of Qualitative Researchers

Ronald Chenail, Nova Southeastern University

The Role of Qualitative Research: How it Helps Business Survive and Thrive

Linda Sommer
Joe Yeager

Voices of Native Resiliency: Educational Experiences from the 1950s and 1960s

Jennifer L. Penland, Lamar University

Vulnerability in Research: Openness, Transparency, and Transformation

Maureen Duffy, Nova Southeastern University