Collaborative Qualitative Research

Thalia M. Mulvihill and Raji Swaminathan

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September 9, 2022
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August 26, 2022
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“A storehouse of information and practical guidance, starting with what collaboration is and moving through thoughtful considerations of how to conduct collaborative initiatives, interdisciplinary applications, ethical issues, and future potentials. Mulvihill and Swaminathan ground the reader in arts-based and other approaches, summarize multiple views, and provide helpful exercises and reflection questions. They delve into many examples of collaborative work and go into lots of detail about crucial questions and decisions. This richly resourced and referenced book will be of critical importance to both new and more experienced collaborative researchers.”

—Dan Wulff, PhD, Faculty of Social Work (Emeritus), University of Calgary, Canada


“This is a wonderful introduction to collaborative qualitative research. Graduate students, early-career professionals, and others new to this area will find a comprehensive review of the theories, issues, and methods most relevant to a collaborative approach. Readers from a wide variety of backgrounds and disciplines will find this book accessible. Course instructors will find interesting and valuable activities to use in their classes.”

—Lori E. Koelsch, PhD, Department of Psychology, Duquesne University


“The authors lay out both theoretical foundations and practical applications for engaging in powerful, equitable qualitative inquiries that have the potential to transform communities. The topics are brought to life through pedagogical elements that will enable practicing researchers and graduate students to make sense of and conduct collaborative research.”

—Brian Schultz, PhD, Department of Teacher Education, Miami University


“Finally, a book that focuses on collaborative qualitative research! I particularly appreciate the practical discussions of evaluating and analyzing collaborative studies; writing, presenting, and publishing the findings; and pedagogical issues. The 'Pedagogical Pathways' will be useful in classrooms and for newer research collaboration groups to help them navigate the process of collaboration. This book is a necessary part of every qualitative researcher's and instructor’s library.”

—Regina Garza Mitchell, EdD, Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology, Western Michigan University