About NTQR

New Trends in Qualitative Research (NTQR) was founded in 2020 and its main objectives are the publication of original scientific texts in Qualitative Research, addressing state-of-the-art reviews and new research perspectives, solutions and/or applications for real problems, empirical and/or evaluation work, among others, NTQR publishes in 3 languages: Portuguese, Spanish and English.




NTQR publishes 188 articles, divided into 3 volumes, of the Ibero-American Congress on Qualitative Research.
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Current Volume

Vol. 1 (2020): Qualitative Research: practices and challenges

The 11 articles presented in three thematic sections focus on qualitative research at work, qualitative health research, and teaching and learning qualitative research. The substantive topics are eclectic ranging from young people adjusting to a chronic kidney diagnosis, rural health inequality, intimate partner violence among adolescents, emotional labor of French sales staff to inventive ways to teach students unfamiliar with qualitative research.  Methodologically these articles adopt a diverse range of techniques as if current qualitative research practice does not use a unified methodology. It does not. Techniques included the traditional narrative research, unstructured interviews, community based participatory research to the more innovative critical incident and basic content analysis to those that used computer analysis to facilitate qualitative research.

Published: 2020-07-23
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