Writing for the general public is a different skill than writing for academics. Publishing peer-reviewed journal articles is not necessarily the best way to get information back to communities who might benefit from the research. Dr. Jessica Gullion provides a set of tips and how-to’s for transforming qualitative research into concept papers, blogs, and opinion pieces intended for a wide readership.
About the Presenters Jessica Gullionis Associate Dean of Research for the College of Arts and Sciences and Associate Professor of Sociology at Texas Woman’s University. She has published more than thirty-five peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, and seven books. Her most recent books includeResearching With: A Decolonizing Approach to Community-Based Action Research, the award-winningDiffractive Ethnography: Social Sciences in the Ontological Turn, andWriting Ethnography.
Charles Vanoveris Associate Professor in Educational Leadership at the University of South Florida. BeyondAnalyzing and Interpreting Qualitative Research, Charles is co-editing a book on assessing performance-based research that examines “Chicago Butoh,” a film and a set of live performances he developed with Bob Devin Jones, the artistic director at St Petersburg’s The Studio@620.