Recommended Readings

Additional readings provide a jumping-off point for course assignments, papers, research, group work, and class discussion.

This is a listing of SAGE journal articles cited and referenced in Qualitative Research: Analyzing Life, second edition.

In addition to these entries, check SAGE's complete journal catalogue for titles devoted exclusively to the topic (e.g., Qualitative Inquiry, Qualitative Research), journal titles with a disciplinary focus (e.g., Qualitative Health Research, Qualitative Social Work), and journals that regularly feature qualitative research articles (e.g., American Educational Research Journal, Field Methods, New Media & Society).

Allen Q. (2012). “They think minority means lesser than”: Black middle-class sons and fathers resisting microaggressions in the school. Urban Education, 48(2), 171-197.

Back, M. D., Küfner, A. C. P., & Egloff, B. (2010). The emotional timeline of September 11, 2001. Psychological Science, 21(10), 1417–1419.

Berbary, L. A. (2011). Poststructural writerly representation: Screenplay as creative analytic practice. Qualitative Inquiry, 17(2), 186–196.

Berbary, L. A. (2012). “Don’t be a whore, that’s not ladylike”: Discursive discipline and sorority women’s gendered subjectivity. Qualitative Inquiry, 18(7), 602–625.

Boden, Z. V. R., Gibson, S., Owen, G. J., & Benson, O. (2016). Feelings and intersubjectivity in qualitative suicide research. Qualitative Health Research, 26(8), 1078-1090.

Bonilla-Silva, E. (2002). The linguistics of color-blind racism: How to talk nasty about Blacks without sounding ‘racist.’ Critical Sociology, 28(1–2), 41–64.

Bryman, A. (2006). Integrating quantitative and qualitative research: How is it done? Qualitative Research, 6(1), 97–113.

Casey, R. C. (2018). Hard time: A content analysis of incarcerated women’s personal accounts. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 33(1), 126-138.

Colditz, J. B., Welling, J., Smith, N. A., James, A. E., & Primack, B. A. (2017). World Vaping Day: Contextualizing vaping culture in online social media using a mixed methods approach. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 1-20.

Connolly, K., & Reilly, R. C. (2007). Emergent issues when researching trauma: A confessional tale. Qualitative Inquiry, 13(4), 522–540.

Crosset, V., Tanner, S., & Campana, A. (2019). Researching far right groups on Twitter: Methodological challenges 2.0. New Media & Society, 21(4), 939-961.

Eastman, J. T. (2012). Rebel manhood: The hegemonic masculinity of the southern rock music revival. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 41(2), 189–219.

Finley, S., & Finley, M. (1999). Sp’ange: A research story. Qualitative Inquiry, 5(3), 313–337.

Fox, R. (2014). Are those germs in your pocket, or am I just crazy to see you? An autoethnographic consideration of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Qualitative Inquiry, 20(8), 966–975.

Fredricks, J. A., Alfeld-Liro, C. J., Hruda, L. Z., Eccles, J. S., Patrick, H., & Ryan, A. M. (2002). A qualitative exploration of adolescents’ commitment to athletics and the arts. Journal of Adolescent Research, 17(1), 68–97.

Goldman, R. E., Mennillo, L., Stebbins, P., & Parker, D. R. (2017). How do patients conceptualize chronic obstructive pulmonary disease? Chronic Respiratory Disease, 14(3), 245-255.

Hall, J. A. (2019). How many hours does it take to make a friend? Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 36(4), 1278–1296.

Hanauer, D. I. (2015). Being in the second Iraq war: A poetic ethnography. Qualitative Inquiry, 21(1), 83–106.

Hlava, P., & Elfers, J. (2014). The lived experience of gratitude. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 54(4), 434–455.

Jacobs, T. (22 May 2019a). Women perform better on tests when rooms are warmer.

Jacobs, T. (24 May 2019b). Having a sense of purpose helps you live longer.

Lunnay, B., Borlagdan, J., McNaughton, D., & Ward, P. (2015). Ethical use of social media to facilitate qualitative research. Qualitative Health Research, 25(1), 99-109.

Lynch, M., & Mah, C. (2018). Using Internet data sources to achieve qualitative interviewing purposes: A research note. Qualitative Research, 18(6), 741-752.

Miller, D. L., Creswell, J. W., & Olander, L. S. (1998). Writing and retelling multiple ethnographic tales of a soup kitchen for the homeless. Qualitative Inquiry, 4(1), 469–491.

Morris, E. W. (2008). “Rednecks,” “rutters,” and ’rithmetic: Social class, masculinity and schooling in a rural context. Gender & Society, 22, 728–751.

Nordmarken, S. (2014). Becoming ever more monstrous: Feeling transgender in-betweenness. Qualitative Inquiry, 20(1), 37–50.

Park, H.-Y. (2009). Writing in Korean, living in the U.S.: A screenplay about a bilingual boy and his mom. Qualitative Inquiry, 15(6), 1103–1124.

Patton, D. U., Lane, J., Leonard, P., Macbeth, J., & Smith Lee, J. R. (2017). Gang violence on the digital street: Case study of a south side Chicago gang member’s Twitter communication. New Media & Society, 19(7), 1000-1018.

Reyes, D. V. (2015). Inhabiting Latino politics: How colleges shape students’ political styles. Sociology of Education, 88(4), 302–319.

Robards, B., & Lincoln, S. (2017). Uncovering longitudinal life narratives: Scrolling back on Facebook. Qualitative Research 17(6), 715-730.

Roulston, K., deMarrais, K., & Lewis, J. B. (2003). Learning to interview in the social sciences. Qualitative Inquiry, 9(4), 643–668.

Santos-Guerra, M. A., & Fernández-Sierra, J. (1996). Qualitative evaluation of a program on self-care and health education for diabetics. Evaluation, 2(3), 339–347.

Speedy, J., & “The Unassuming Geeks.” (2011). “All Googled out on suicide”: Making collective biographies out of silent fragments with “The Unassuming Geeks.” Qualitative Inquiry, 17(2), 134–143.

Sweet, J. D., & Carlson, D. L. (2018). A story of becoming: Trans* equity as ethnodrama. Qualitative Inquiry, 24(3), 183-193.

Topinka, R. J. (2018). Politically incorrect participatory media: Racist nationalism on r/ImGoingToHellForThis. New Media & Society, 20(5), 2050-2069.

Tracy, S. J., Lutgen -Sandvik, P., & Alberts, J. K. (2006). Nightmares, demons, and slaves: Exploring the painful metaphors of workplace bullying. Management Communication Quarterly, 20(2), 148–185.

True, G., Rigg, K. K., & Butler, A. (2015). Understanding barriers to mental health care for recent war veterans through photovoice. Qualitative Health Research, 25(10), 1443-1455.

Wallace, T. L., & Chhuon, V. (2014). Proximal processes in urban classrooms: Engagement and disaffection in urban youth of color. American Educational Research Journal, 51(5), 937–973.

Weinstein, E. (2018). The social media see-saw: Positive and negative influences on adolescents’ affective well-being. New Media & Society, 20(10), 3597-3623.

Wierzbicka, A. (2012). Is pain a human universal?: A cross-linguistic and cross-cultural perspective on pain. Emotion Review, 4(3), 307–317.

Yang, C., Brown, B. B., & Braun, M. T. (2014). From Facebook to cell calls: Layers of electronic intimacy in college students’ interpersonal relationships. New Media & Society, 16(1), 5–23.