Dr James Rhoads, a Westminster College professor of political science, has co-authored an article involving a Q-methodological inquiry entitled “Are quests for a ‘culture of assessment’ mired in a ‘culture war’ over assessment? A Q-methodological inquiry.”
The Academy of Social Sciences has announced that it has conferred the Award of Fellow on leading social scientist, Professor Paul Stenner, including for his work on Q methodology.
Isabelle Michaud-Létourneau has published her doctoral thesis that uses Q-methodology to propose a conceptualization of operationalization as a process of facilitating actions with the potential to induce tipping points and increase the performance level of a system.
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) researchers are investigating the viability of microcredit loans as a means of improving the finances and health of low-income individuals in the UK, in the first major study supported with evidence of the views of this population group.
The University of Birmingham has updated their portfolio of courses to include one based on Q Methodology, which is a statistical approach for using card-sorting to understand the subjectivity of people.
Dr. James C. Rhoads, professor of political science, recently co-authored “The King of Pop: Attitudes Toward Michael Jackson in the Aftermath of His Untimely Death” in The Journal of Human Subjectivity.
Dr. James Rhoads, Westminster College professor of political science, presented research at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Aug. 8-12 in Chicago.
Dr. James Rhoads, professor of political science, served as Conference Host for the International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity 28th Annual Meeting Sept. 5-8 in Pittsburgh, and Dr. Timothy Cuff, associate professor of history, delivered the keynote address.
Dr. James Rhoads, Westminster College professor of political science, co-authored an article in Operant Subjectivity: The International Journal of Q Methodology.