Qualitative Family Research Network (QFRN) Focus Group

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.

Kevin M. Roy, Co-chair
Samuel H. Allen, Co-chair

  • QFRN Focus Group members can connect and share resources on their dedicated online discussion group. 
  • Log in using the same username and password you use to log in at my.ncfr.org.
  • Add or remove this focus group or others from your NCFR membership by logging in to our My NCFR member self-service area, click "Join Focus Groups" and select or deselect the group/s you'd like to join or leave.
     

QFRN Statement of Purpose

Where Can I Learn More about Qualitative Research?

Professional Resources for QFRN Members