Merlien Institute: Qualitative Blog List

A few months ago the Merlien Institute, an “an independent organisation dedicated to the advancement of qualitative research in academia, business and policy environments,” set about compiling a list of qualitative research blogs from around the world.

For those of you that are interested in qualitative insights and research methodologies, I recommend checking out a few of the blogs on the list. It’s a pretty extensive collection of qualitative content, of which I’m very pleased to be a part.

Below are a few blogs from the list that I personally subscribe to:
- Anthropology in Practice (
http://www.anthropologyinpractice.com)
- Humanistic Psychology (
http://societyforhumanisticpsychology.blogspot.com)
- Tom H.C. Anderson (
http://www.tomhcanderson.com/)
- Sociological Images (
http://thesocietypages.org/socimages)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks Nick, put them under my favourites already.

Sami

Nick Black said...

Thanks Sami.

Think you'll enjoy the Humanistic Psychology one; it's the official blog for Division 32 of the American Psychological Association.

Merry Festivus BTW.

Nick.