Based upon recent interest in autoethnography, duoethnography, and collaborative (group) ethnography, this special issue of the Qualitative Research Journal calls for exemplars, discussions related to, authorial standpoint, issues and problematics of these ethnographic research methods. Ethnographies that show rather than tell; that engage readers in the myriad possibilities of such ethnographic practices are invited.
Initial paper submissions are due 1 August 2015 to the guest co-editors (see below). Generally, submissions should be 5000-7000 words including references; standard Harvard style (in keeping with QRJ format) required. As with all QRJ submissions, all manuscripts going forward for review will undergo a double-blind review.
To submit your special issue, submit through ScholarOne’s Manuscript Central system at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/qrjnl
Robert E. Rinehart