SAGE Journal Articles

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Gilgun, J. F. (2005). “Grab” and good science: Writing up the results of qualitative research. Qualitative Health Research, 15, 256–262. doi: 10.1177/1049732304268796]

Holley, K. A., & Colyar, J. (2009). Rethinking texts: Narrative and the construction of qualitative research. Educational Researcher, 38(9), 680-686.

Sikes, P. (2005). Storying schools: issues around attempts to create a sense of feel and place in narrative research writing. Qualitative Research, 5(1), 79-94.

Lillis, T. (2008). Ethnography as method, methodology, and “deep theorizing”: Closing the gap between text and context in academic writing. Written Communication, 25(3), 353-388.

Greer, R. R. (2011). Reporting results to a skeptical audience: A case study on incorporating persuasive strategies in assessment reports. The American Review of Public Administration, 41(5), 577-591.

Pratt, M. G. (2008). Fitting oval pegs into round holes: Tensions in evaluating and publishing qualitative research in top-tier North American journals. Organizational Research Methods, 11(3), 481-509.