Qualitative Research

(The TQCC of Qualitative Research is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Looking at the ‘field’ through a Zoom lens: Methodological reflections on conducting online research during a global pandemic149
Conducting in-depth interviews with and without voice recorders: a comparative analysis100
Beyond a coefficient: an interactive process for achieving inter-rater consistency in qualitative coding38
Comics-based research: The affordances of comics for research across disciplines31
Towards more-than-human digital data studies: developing research-creation methods28
Using WhatsApp for focus group discussions: ecological validity, inclusion and deliberation26
Conducting cross-cultural qualitative interviews with mainland Chinese participants during COVID: Lessons from the field23
The qualitative researcher: the flip side of the research encounter with vulnerable people21
Towards an anticipatory public engagement methodology: deliberative experiments in the assembly of possible worlds using focus groups21
Questioning identities/shifting identities: the impact of researching sex and gender on a researcher’s LGBT+ identity21
Participatory video from a distance: co-producing knowledge during the COVID-19 pandemic using smartphones20
‘Now that I know what you’re about’: black feminist reflections on power in the research relationship19
Nurturing the buffer zone: conducting collaborative action research in contemporary contexts18
Covid-19 and research in conflict-affected contexts: distanced methods and the digitalisation of suffering17
Of wine and whiteboards: Enacting feminist reflexivity in collaborative research16
The afterlife of interviews: explicit ethics and subtle ethics in sensitive or distressing qualitative research16
Engaging with care: ethical issues in Participatory Research16
A performative paradigm for post-qualitative inquiry15
Sorry to say goodbye: the dilemmas of letting go in longitudinal research15
Mapping movements: a call for qualitative social network analysis13
‘A point of reference’: the insider/outsider research staircase and transgender people’s experiences of participating in trans-led research13
Theorizing voice: toward working otherwise with voices13
Doing Internet research with hard-to-reach communities: methodological reflections on gaining meaningful access13
Implementing continuous consent in qualitative research13
Future lived experience: inclusive research with people living with dementia13
The smell of lockdown: Smellwalks as sensuous methodology13
Dialogical inquiry: multivocality and the interpretation of text13
Moving beyond ‘shopping list’ positionality: Using kitchen table reflexivity and in/visible tools to develop reflexive qualitative research12
From textual to visual: the use of concept mapping as an analytical tool in a grounded theory study12
The interweaving of diaries and lives: diary-keeping behaviour in a diary-interview study of international students’ employability management12
An ‘outsider within’: consideringpositionalityandreflexivityin research on HIV-positive adolescent mothers in South Africa11
Participatory action research with and for undocumented college students: Ethical challenges and methodological opportunities11
The participatory arts-based research project as an exceptional sphere of belonging11
Where’s the database in digital ethnography? Exploring database ethnography for open data research11
Balancing generosity and critique: reflections on interviewing young men and implications for research methodologies and ethics11
Recognizing research participants’ fluid positionalities in (post-)conflict zones10
‘Put that in your fucking research’: reflexivity, ethnography and disability sport coaching10
Writing sociological fiction10
Making focus groups accessible and inclusive for people with communication disabilities: a research note10
Ethnography of young people in confinement: on subjectivity, positionality and situated ethics in closed space10
From reflection to diffraction: exploring the use of vignettes within post-humanist and multi-species research10
Reflexive practice in live sociology: lessons from researching Brexit in the lives of British citizens living in the EU-279
What’s in a (pseudo)name? Ethical conundrums for the principles of anonymisation in social media research9
Diverse teams researching diversity: Negotiating identity, place and embodiment in qualitative research9
Harm, change and unpredictability: the ethics of interviews in conflict research9
Qualitative analysis at the interface of Indigenous and Western knowledge systems: the Herringbone stitch model9
Reflecting on the use of Google Docs for online interviews: Innovation in qualitative data collection8
Interviewing academic elites: a discourse analysis of shifting power relations8
Student voices that resonate – Constructing composite narratives that represent students’ classroom experiences8
Capturing emotion with audio diaries8
How to make an omelette: A sensory experiment in team ethnography8
Online synchronous focus group interviews: Practical considerations8
Self-care for gender-based violence researchers – Beyond bubble baths and chocolate pralines8
Researching wartime rape in Eastern Congo: why we should continue to talk to survivors?8
‘Lasses are much easier to get on with’: The gendered labour of a female ethnographer in an all-male group8
Illegal or unethical? Situated ethics in the context of a dual economy7
Emotions in human research ethics guidelines: Beyond risk, harm and pathology7
Transnational online research: recognising multiple contexts in Skype-to-phone interviews7
Doing data together – affective relations and mobile ethnography in home visits7
Doing things with description: practices, politics, and the art of attentiveness7
Revisiting the un/ethical: the complex ethics of elite studies research7
Conceptualising quality in co-produced research7
Doing research into Indigenous issues being non-Indigenous7
Describing recovery from drugs and alcohol: how ‘small’ practices of care matter7
Stories as findings in collaborative research: making meaning through fictional writing with disadvantaged young people7
The future of ‘video’ in video-based qualitative research is not ‘dumb’ flat pixels! Exploring volumetric performance capture and immersive performative replay7
Rethinking digital ethnography: A qualitative approach to understanding interfaces7
Using crystallization to understand loneliness in later life: integrating social science and creative narratives in sensitive qualitative research7
Taking risks to enable participatory data analysis and dissemination: a research note6
‘I knew that you were there, so I was talking to you’: the use of screen-recording videos in online language learning research6
Why do people participate in research interviews? Participant orientations and ethical contracts in interviews with victims of interpersonal violence6
‘Knit “n” natter’: a feminist methodological assessment of using creative ‘women’s work’ in focus groups6
Can everyone hear me? Reflections on the use of global online workshops for promoting inclusive knowledge generation6
An un/familiar space: children and parents as collaborators in autoethnographic family research6
Emerging spheres of engagement: the role of trust and care in community–university research6
Interviewing elite women professors: Methodological reflections with feminist research ethics6
Digitally shaped ethnographic relationships during a global pandemic and beyond6
Encountering and processing secondary traumatic stress during qualitative interviews with displaced Iraqis: a research note6
Deepening reflexivity through art in learning qualitative research6
Qualitative data analysis software as a tool for teaching analytic practice: Towards a theoretical framework for integrating QDAS into methods pedagogy6
Curation as methodology6
Telling visual stories of loss and hope: body mapping with mothers about contact after child removal6
It’s a sprint, not a marathon: a case for building short-term partnerships for community-based participatory research6