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It is well documented that the Hospitality Industry is expanding worldwide and figures show that by the year 2005 the industry will employ more than 200 million workers.

Cooking up a Storm Culinary Arts in the US 

The culinary field in the United States and all over the globe is a challenging and rewarding profession for those with artistic inclinations," said Walter 'Spud' Rhea, CMPC, CEC, CCE, AAC. Noting that 'diners eat with their eyes before they eat with their mouths' Rhea said, "Food that doesn't stimulate the appetite visually is not fully enjoyed even if it is consumed.

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Tourism is booming business, we know that because the Netherlands Institute of Tourism and Transport Studies is one of the oldest educational centres for tourism. The Institute exists since 1966 and has developed into one of the best known centres of expertise in tourism in Europe . Because of its volume the Institute is able to develop this expertise and also to develop further educational specialist areas. The curricula are constantly innovated. An example is the development of a specialism in sustainable tourism development.

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Bachelor's Degree In Criminal Justice 
A Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice is typically designed  for students and current professional s looking for advancement in law enforcement, corrections, probation, immigration , security services, homeland security , crime scene investigation and comparable types  of employment.  more info... 
Programs provide a broad understanding of the criminal justice system  in the United States and a fundamental knowledge  of the social and behavioral sciences . Some Criminal Justice programs offer certification  in legal office administrative fields.

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[sociology_today] [FQS] 12(1) online

Dear All,

I would like to inform you that FQS 12(1) -- "The KWALON Experiment:
Discussions on Qualitative Data Analysis Software by Developers and
edited by Jeanine Evers, Katja Mruck, Christina Silver & Bart Peeters in
cooperation with Silvana di Gregorio & Clare Tagg -- is available online
(see for
former issues). In addition to articles relating to the "KWALON
Experiment", FQS 12(1) provides a number of selected single
contributions (f.e. on autoethnography, visual methods, and performative
social science), as well as articles belonging to FQS Conferences and
FQS Reviews.

A) FQS 12(1)
B) Articles from Former Issues
C) Conferences and Workshops
D) Open Access News

Enjoy reading!
Katja Mruck

Ps: FQS is an open-access journal, so all articles are available free of
charge (see for additional
information about open access). This newsletter is sent to 13,746
registered readers; registered readers can comment on each article online.


A) FQS 12(1) "The KWALON Experiment: Discussions on Qualitative Data
Analysis Software by Developers and Users"

Jeanine C. Evers (The Netherlands), Christina Silver (UK), Katja Mruck
(Germany) & Bart Peeters (Belgium): Introduction to the KWALON
Experiment: Discussions on Qualitative Data Analysis Software by
Developers and Users

*The Experiment: Developers' Perspectives

Paul G. Dempster (UK) & David K. Woods (USA): The Economic Crisis Though
the Eyes of Transana

Susanne Friese (Germany): Using ATLAS.ti for Analyzing the Financial
Crisis Data

Anne M. Kuckartz (Germany) & Michael J. Sharp (USA): Responsibility: A
Key Category for Understanding the Discourse on the Financial Crisis --
Analyzing the KWALON Data Set with MAXQDA

Christophe, Lejeune (Belgium): From Normal Business to Financial Crisis
... and Back Again. An Illustration of the Benefits of Cassandre for
Qualitative Analysis

Fiona Wiltshier (UK): Researching With NVivo 8

*The Experiment: Users' Perspectives

Elif Kus Saillard (Turkey): Systematic Versus Interpretive Analysis with
Two CAQDAS Packages: NVivo and MAXQDA

Felicitas Macgilchrist (Germany) & Tom Van Hout (The Netherlands):
Ethnographic Discourse Analysis and Social Science

Agnes Muehlmeyer-Mentzel (Germany): Das Datenkonzept von ATLAS.ti und
sein Gewinn fuer "Grounded-Theory"-Forschungsarbeiten

Walter Schoenfelder (Norway): CAQDAS and Qualitative Syllogism Logic --
NVivo 8 and MAXQDA 10 Compared

Clare Tagg (UK): Reflecting on the Impact of Qualitative Software on

*Future Developments

Louise Corti (UK) & Arofan Gregory (USA). CAQDAS Comparability. What
about CAQDAS Data Exchange?

Jeanine C. Evers (The Netherlands): From the Past into the Future. How
Technological Developments Change Our Ways of Data Collection,
Transcription and Analysis

Christina Silver (UK) & Jennifer Patashnick (USA): Finding Fidelity:
Advancing Audiovisual Analysis Using Software

David K. Woods (USA) & Paul G. Dempster (UK): Tales From the Bleeding
Edge: The Qualitative Analysis of Complex Video Data Using Transana


Silvana di Gregorio (UK): KWALON Conference: Is Qualitative Software
Really Comparable? Reflections on "the Experiment": An "Expert" View

Carmen Schuhmann (The Netherlands): Computer Technology and Qualitative
Research: A Rendezvous Between Exactness and Ambiguity

--> Single Contributions

Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini (UK): Hyphenated Research

Katherine M. Boydell (Canada). Making Sense of Collective Events: The
Co-creation of a Research-based Dance

Marcela Cornejo, Carolina Besoaín & Francisca Mendoza (Chile):
Challenges Concerning the Generation of Knowledge in Contemporary
Qualitative Social Research

Carolyn Ellis, Tony E. Adams & Arthur P. Bochner (USA): Autoethnography:
An Overview

Nick Emmel & Andrew Clark (UK). Learning to Use Visual Methodologies in
Our Research: A Dialogue Between Two Researchers

Mary M. Gergen & Kenneth J. Gergen (USA): Performative Social Science
and Psychology

Erin Jessee, Stacey Zembrzycki & Steven High (Canada): Stories Matter:
Conceptual Challenges in the Development of Oral History Database
Building Software

Zdenek Konopasek & Jan Palecek (Czech Republic): The Principle of
Symmetry from the Respondents' Perspective: Possessions, Apparitions and
Mental Illnesses in Research Interviews with Clerics

Sarah K. MacKenzie (USA): Playing Teacher: Artful Negotiations in the
Pre-service Classroom

Wolff-Michael Roth (Canada): Researching Living/Lived Mathematical Work

James W. Satterfield & Michael Gary Godfrey (USA): The University of
Nebraska-Lincoln Football: A Metaphorical, Symbolic and Ritualistic
Community Event

Rainer Winter (Austria): A Call for Critical Perspectives in Qualitative

Mark Wyatt (UK): Becoming a Do-it-yourself Designer of English Language
Teaching Materials

FQS Conferences

Thomas Scheffer & Christian Christian Meyer (Germany): Conference
Report: "Ethnological vs. Sociological Ethnography -- Considering Scope
and Potential for Distinction"

--> FQS Reviews

Corina Guethlin (Germany): Review: Udo Kuckartz, Thorsten Dresing,
Stefan Raediker & Claus Stefer (2008). Qualitative Evaluation

Gernot Hahn (Germany): Review: Michael B. Buchholz, Franziska Lamott &
Kathrin Moertl (2008). Tat-Sachen. Narrative von Sexualstraftaetern
[Objects of Crime. Narratives from Sex-offenders]

Dirk vom Lehn (UK): Review: Stefanie Ernst (2010). Prozessorientierte
Methoden in der Arbeits- und Organisationsforschung: Eine Einfuehrung
[Process-oriented Methods in Work and Organization Studies: An Introduction]

Katharina Miko (Austria): Review: Juergen Raab (2008). Visuelle
Wissenssoziologie. Theoretische Konzeption und materiale Analysen
[Visual Sociology of Knowledge: Theoretical Concepts and Analyses]

Giulia Montanari (Germany): Review: Christian von Scheve (2009).
Emotionen und soziale Strukturen -- Die affektiven Grundlagen sozialer
Ordnung [Emotions and Social Structure -- The Affective Foundation of
the Social System]

Joakim Oehlen (Sweden): Review: Janice M. Morse & Linda Niehaus (2009).
Mixed Method Design: Principles and Procedures

Vanessa-Isabelle Reinwand (Germany): Review: Ulrike Freikamp, Matthias
Leanza, Janne Mende, Stefan Mueller, Peter Ullrich & Heinz-Juergen Voss
(Eds.) (2008). Kritik mit Methode? Forschungsmethoden und
Gesellschaftskritik [Criticism as an Approach? Research Methods and
Social Criticism]

Christian Schmidt-Wellenburg (Germany): Review: Rainer Diaz-Bone &
Gertraude Krell (Eds.) (2009). Diskurs und Oekonomie. Diskursanalytische
Perspektiven auf Maerkte und Organisationen [Discourse and Economy.
Discourse Analytical Perspectives on Markets and Organizations]

Alexander Schnarr (Germany): Review: Petia Genkova (Ed.) (2008). Erfolg
durch Schluesselqualifikationen? Heimliche Lehrplaene und
Basiskompetenzen im Zeichen der Globalisierung [Success Through Key
Qualifications? Hidden Curricula and Basic Competencies in the Wake of

Jasmin Siri (Germany): Review: Sebastian Ziegaus (2009). Die
Abhaengigkeit der Sozialwissenschaften von ihren Medien. Grundlagen
einer kommunikativen Sozialforschung [The Social Sciences' Dependency on
their Media. Foundations of Communicative Social Research]

Martin Welker (Germany) Review: Martina Schuegraf (2008).
Medienkonvergenz und Subjektbildung. Mediale Interaktionen am Beispiel
von Musikfernsehen und Internet [The Convergence of the Media and the
Development of Self. Media Interactions by Example of Music TV and the


Now also available in English:

Stephan Lorenz (Germany): Procedurality as Methodological Paradigm. Or:
Methods as Procedures


24-25 February, Macau, China
2nd Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer-Aided Qualitative Research

24-26 February, Istanbul, Turkey
Qualitative Computing: Diverse Worlds and Research Practices Conference

26-27 May, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
2nd Annual Conference on Qualitative Research for Policy Making 2011

23-25 June, Seoul, Korea
1st Global Congress for Qualitative Health Research 2011


January Issue of the SPARC Open Access Newsletter

Open Access Week 2011 will take place all over the world between October
24 and 30. In future, Open Access Week will be the last full week of October


4 February, London, UK Workshop "Digital Libraries and Open Access. Interoperability

15-16 March, Brussels, Belgium
European Educational Research Quality Indicators, final conference

7-11 June, Austin, TX, USA
Open Repositories Conference "Collaboration and Community: The Social
Mechanics of Repository Systems"

22-24 June, Istanbul, Turkey
15th International Conference on Electronic Publishing


Anglada, Lluis & Abadal, Ernest with the collaboration of the Consortium
of University Libraries of Catalonia (CBUC) and the Open Access to
Science Group (Eds.): Open Access in Southern Europe

Bailey, Charles W., Jr.: Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Bibliography, Version 5

Bailey, Charles W., Jr.: Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography,
Version 79

Kroes, Neelie: The Challenge of Open Access. SPEECH/10/716


Directory of Open Access Journals

Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Journals (BQFJ)

First Monday, 16(1)

Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation, 7(15)

MedieKultur. Journal of media and communication research, 49

Qualitative Report, 16(1)

Tessera, 37-38

Venets: The Belogradchik Journal for Local History, Cultural History and
Folk Studies, 1(3)


FQS - Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung
/ Forum: Qualitative Social Research (ISSN 1438-5627)
English / German / Spanish


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