VIEWS Winter 2023

CURRENT ISSUE: WINTER 2023

QRCA leads the conversation in qualitative research. Stay informed of the latest stories with QRCA VIEWS magazine.

Travelwise

Art installation at Civic Space Park in Phoenix Arizona by Artist Janet Echelman

Feeling SmART by Slowing Down

The life of a qualitative researcher often has us flying in and out to new cities with little regard for the places we visit when conducting research. Nick Wise reminds us that “therapeutic recreation”—like absorbing the public art landscape on our travels—can help us transition from a mind that is always full, to an outlook that is more mindful of what else is out there. […]

Also, below are the various articles in this issue and a link above for an archive of past issues.

Luminaries

Trends

a photo illustration of a needle in a haystack

Trends in Qualitative Recruiting: Complexity Takes Its Toll

Renee Hopkins explains that qualitative recruiting is trending toward complexity from many angles. Researchers are creating more complex screeners for longer, more complex projects with shorter, less-flexible timelines. Recruiters are using technology and social media to find participants with more specific demographics and from underrepresented groups. […]

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