It is not enough to collect large amounts of data; it is necessary to know how to analyze them in a meaningful and in-depth way. If, on the one hand, it increases the ease of collecting a voluminous corpus of data, on the other hand, the need to develop the competence to question them critically increases. In this perspective, this 14th volume of the New Trends in Qualitative Research (NTQR) Journal presents a set of articles selected based not only on their methodological quality but also on relevant topics and their potential for social impact.

 

ISSN: 2184-7770

ISBN: 978-989-53220-8-4

Editors: Isabel Pinho, Ana Isabel Rodrigues, Diamantino Ribeiro and Catarina Brandão

Editorial

Papers

The qualitative interview as a research technique in the study of organizations

Alba Maria del Carmen González-Vega, Rubén Molina Sánchez , Alejandra López Salazar, Gloria Leticia López Salazar

Page: e571

Integration of qualitative research in the study of social vulnerability and educational success

Jordi Longás Mayayo, Irene Cussó-Parcerisas, Pilar Dotras Ruscalleda, Maria Vilàs Trias, Maria Torralbo Lopez, Jordi Riera Romaní

Page: e570

Social technology of memory and life history for research in communication area

Mayara Martins da Quinta Alves da Silva, Ana Carolina Rocha Pessoa Temer

Page: e575

A qualitative approach to scientific publications in the Humanities: the researchers' point of view

Evelyn-Paola Guillén-Chávez, Rosa Núñez-Pacheco, Aymé Barreda-Parra, Juan Luis Cabanilas-García, Mª Cruz Sánchez-Gómez

Page: e579

Organizational capacities and tourism resilience in post-COVID-19 pandemic times. The case of wine tourism companies in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico.

Juan Pedro Valenzuela Valenzuela, Julio César Montiel Flores, Alba Maria del Carmen González Vega, Alejandra López Salazar

Page: e582

The 'gray' workforce: myths and stereotypes about hiring older people

Carlos Pedro Almeida, Fátima Ney Matos, Diego Machado, Margarida Pocinho

Page: e586

Reading deficit in university students: An integrative literature review

Juliana Corrêa da Silva, Luciana Maria Maia, Carolina Rocha Peixoto, Ana Claudia Coelho Brito, Julia Leitão Fontenele, Léa Araújo Montenegro

Page: e594

Gender vulnerability in the face of challenges faced in the COVID-19 pandemic

Renata Meira Veras, Taynah da Silva Nascimento, Rafael Anunciação Oliveira, Nátali de Carvalho Lima, Larissa de Carvalho Silveira, Adailton Alves da Costa Filho, Carla Menezes Silvério

Page: e599

Analysis of beliefs about vaccine adhering against Covid-19 in a group of young Brazilians

Vagner Souza, Sheyla Fernandes, Stelio Novais, Jennyfer Chagas, Anna Clara Rocha, Jesana Silva, Nycolas Lira

Page: e614

Family support workforce skills: Contributions of a review of books and manuals

Ana Pereira Antunes, Irena Avirovic Bundalevska, Makedonka Radulovic

Page: e622

Living systematic review: Tools to ensure its quality

Isabel Pinho, Eduardo Amadeu Dutra Moresi, António Pedro Costa

Page: e713

Organizational self-recognition: A key factor for absorptive capability

Velandia Pacheco, Gabriel Jacob, Garzón Castrillón, Manuel Alfonso, Escobar Castillo, Adalberto

Page: e716

A qualitative approach on the main causes of human resource churning

Olga Alexandra Chinita Pirrolas , Pedro Miguel Alves Ribeiro Correia

Page: e720-0

Gender relations in the military environment: The glass ceiling effect

Alessandra Rosa da Silva, Fátima Regina Ney Matos, Diego Queiroz Machado, Maria João Barata

Page: e725

The Mexican peasant woman in scientific texts

Alejandra Ojeda Sampson, Ma. Guadalupe Banderas Chávez

Page: e734

Indigenous qualitative research for community progress: The case of Peguche Ecuador

Kennedy Rolando Lomas Tapia , Carmen Amelia Trujillo , Miguel Naranjo Toro, Andrea Basantes Andrade

Page: e739