Qualitative Family Research Network Focus Group (QFRN)

The Qualitative Family Research Network (QFRN) is a group of family scholars who use qualitative methods in their research, and who meet and otherwise communicate with each other with the following goals: a) to promote the use of qualitative research methods in family studies; b) to share ideas in teaching qualitative methods in family studies; c) to recognize high quality qualitative family research in family studies.

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Where Can I Learn More about Qualitative Research?

 

Megan Haselschwerdt - Co-Chair

Auburn University

Justin Hendricks - Co-Chair

University of Florida

Statement of purpose

The Qualitative Family Research Network (QFRN) is a group of family scholars who use qualitative methods in their research, and who meet and otherwise communicate with each other with the following goals.

Professional resources for QFRN members

Find a list of journals that publish qualitative research, recommended readings, course syllabi examples and more.

The Interpretive Tradition in Social Science

Please read this paper prior to attending the QFRN section meeting at the 2013 NCFR Annual Conference.

Thinking Family with Deleuze: Expanding our methodological and theoretical horizons in family studies

Please read this paper prior to attending the QFRN section meeting at the 2013 NCFR Annual Conference.