I am so excited to see my work published in the International Journal for Social Research Methodology! This is for all of you phenomenologists out there who are exploring options besides member checking for your data collection and analysis:
May has been a busy month, but it has also been filled with great news on the publication front. Specifically, a proposal I have written has been accepted as a book chapter for a new edition in IGI Global's trends in higher education series. It will focus on Baby Boomers/non-traditional aged students returning to school in lieu of retiring. Exciting stuff!
I also just found out that an article I wrote has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Social Research Methodology! It is an innovative approach I have used on traditional interpretive phenomenological design. I am greatly humbled that they considered the article, and the fact that they are publishing it has put me over the moon.
There are still a few more porjects in the works (as always) - stay geeky everyone and have a great week!