Julianne Cheek

Institutt for velferd, ledelse og organisasjon
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Publikasjoner

  • Cheek, Julianne (2021). Maintaining the Integrity of Qualitatively Driven Mixed Methods: Avoiding the “This Work Is Part of a Larger Study” Syndrome. . Qualitative Health Research. ISSN 1049-7323. 31(6), s. 1015–1018. doi: 10.1177/10497323211003546.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2021). Big data, thick data, digital transformation, and the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Why qualitative inquiry is more relevant than ever. I Denzin, Norman K. & Giardina, Michael D. (Red.), Collaborative futures in qualitative inquiry: Research in a pandemic. Routledge. ISSN 978-0-367-72383-5. s. 122–142.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2019). Resisting the Commodified Researcher Self: Interrogating the Data Doubles We Create For Ourselves when Buying and Selling Our Research Products in the Research Marketplace. I Denzin, Norman K. & Giardina, Michael D. (Red.), Qualitative inquiry at the crossroads: Political, performative, and methodological reflections. Routledge. ISSN 9780367174392. s. 141–156. doi: 10.4324/9780429056796-11.
  • Cheek, Julianne & Persson, Mats (2019). The Importance of Telling About Our Qualitative Inquiry: But How Do We Work Out Who to Tell What To, and Why Do We Want To Be Seen and Heard? Qualitative Inquiry. ISSN 1077-8004. s. 1–11. doi: 10.1177/1077800419857105.
  • Cheek, Julianne & Øby, Elise (2018). “Getting Attention” Creating and Presenting the Visible, Online, Researcher Self. Qualitative Inquiry. ISSN 1077-8004. 25(6), s. 571–582. doi: 10.1177/1077800418806593.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2018). The marketisation of Research: Implications for qualitative inquiry. I Denzin, Norman K. & Lincoln, Yvonna S (Red.), The Sage handbook of qualitative Research 5th edition. Sage Publications. ISSN 9781483349800. s. 322–340.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2018). The BMJ Debate and What it tells us about Who Says What, When and Where, about our Qualitative Inquiry. I Denzin, Norman, K. & Giardina, Michael D. (Red.), Qualitative inquiry in the Public sphere. Routledge. ISSN 978-1-138-30951-7. s. 50–65.
  • Cheek, Julianne; Morse, Janice M. & Clark, Lauren (2018). Data Related Issues in Qualitatively Driven Mixed-Method Designs: Sampling, pacing and relexivity. I Flick, Uwe (Red.), The Sage handbook of qualitative data collection. Sage Publications. ISSN 9781473952133. s. 564–583. doi: 10.4135/9781526416070.n36.
  • Cheek, Julianne; Abrams, Elizabeth M.; Lipschitz, David L.; Vago, David R. & Nakamura, Yoshio (2017). Creating Novel School-Based Education Programs to Cultivate Mindfulness in Youth: What the Letters Told Us. Journal of Child and Family Studies. ISSN 1062-1024. 26(9), s. 2564–2578. doi: 10.1007/s10826-017-0761-1.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2017). Qualitative Inquiry, Research marketplaces, and neoliberalism: Adding some +s (pluses) to Our thinking about the mess in which we find ourselves. I Denzin, Norman K. & Giardina, Michael D. (Red.), Qualitative Inquiry in neoliberal times. Routledge. ISSN 978-1-138-22644-9. s. 19–36. doi: 10.4324/9781315397788-2.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2016). Qualitative Inquiry and the research marketplace: Putting some +s (pluses) in our thinking and why this matters. Cultural Studies - Critical Methodologies. ISSN 1532-7086. 17(3), s. 221–226. doi: 10.1177/1532708616669528.
  • Cheek, Julianne; Lipschitz, David L.; Abrams, Elizabeth M.; Vago, David R. & Nakamura, Yoshio (2015). Dynamic reflexivity in action: An armchair walkthrough of a qualitatively driven mixed-method and multiple methods study of mindfulness training in schoolchildren. Qualitative Health Research. ISSN 1049-7323. 25(6), s. 751–762. doi: 10.1177/1049732315582022.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2015). It Depends: Possible Impacts of Moving the Field of Mixed Methods Research Toward Best Practice Guidelines. I Hesse-Biber, Sharlene & Johnson, R. Burke (Red.), The Oxford Handbook of Multimethod and Mixed Methods Research Inquiry. Oxford University Press. ISSN 978-0-19-993362-4. s. 624–636.
  • Cheek, Julianne & Morse, Janice (2014). Making Room for Qualitatively Driven Mixed-Method Research. Qualitative Health Research. ISSN 1049-7323. 24(1), s. 3–5. doi: 10.1177/1049732313513656.
  • Cheek, Julianne; Corlis, M & Radoslovich, H (2009). Connecting what we do with what we know: building a community of research and practice. International Journal of Older People Nursing. ISSN 1748-3735. 4, s. 233–238. doi: 10.1111/j.1748-3743.2009.00181.x.
  • Alde, Pamela; Cheek, Julianne & Ballantyne, A. (2009). Taking action to close the research/practice divide. International Journal of Older People Nursing. ISSN 1748-3735. 4, s. 227–232. doi: 10.1111/j.1748-3743.2009.00180.x.
  • Garnham, Bridget; Cheek, Julianne & Alde, Pamela (2009). The research/practice nexus: underlying assumptions about the nature of research uptake into practice in literature pertaining to care of the older person. International Journal of Older People Nursing. ISSN 1748-3735. 4(3), s. 219–226. doi: 10.1111/j.1748-3743.2009.00179.x.
  • Price, K.; Cheek, Julianne; Taylor, A & Ruffin, R. (2008). Understanding Shortness of Breath vis-a-vis a Diagnosis of Asthma in Older Adults: A qualitative descriptive study. Geriaction. ISSN 1032-4410.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2008). A Fine Line: Positioning Qualitative Inquiry in the Wake of the Politics of Evidence. International review of Qualitative Research. ISSN 1940-8447. 1(1), s. 19–32.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2008). Healthism: A new conservatism? Qualitative Health Research. ISSN 1049-7323. 18, s. 974–982. doi: 10.1177/1049732308320444.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2008). Researching Collaboratively: Implications for Qualitative Research and Researchers. Qualitative Health Research. ISSN 1049-7323. 18(11), s. 1599–1603. doi: 10.1177/1049732308324865.
  • Oster, C & Cheek, Julianne (2008). Governing the contagious body: genital herpes, contagion and technologies of the self. Health. ISSN 1363-4593. 12. doi: 10.1177/1363459307086844.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2007). Qualitative Inquiry, ethics and politics of evidence: Working within these spaces rather than being worked over by them. Qualitative Inquiry. ISSN 1077-8004. 13(8), s. 1051–1059.
  • Price, K. & Cheek, Julianne (2007). Avoiding death: the ultimate challenge in the provision of contemporary healthcare? Health Sociology Review. ISSN 1446-1242. 16(5).
  • Cheek, Julianne; Ballantyne, A.; Byers, L. & Quan, J (2007). From retirement village to residential aged care: What older people and their families say. Health and Social Care in the community. ISSN 0966-0410. 15(1), s. 8–17.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2007). Qualitative Inquiry, Ethics, and the Politics of Evidence: Working within These Spaces Rather than Being Worked over by them. I Denzin, Norman K. & Giardina, Michael D. (Red.), Ethical Futures in Qualitative Research Decolonizing the Politics of Knowledge. Left Coast Press, Inc.. ISSN 9781598741414. s. 99–107.

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  • Cheek, Julianne & Morse, Janice M. (2021). Qualitatively Driven Mixed and Multiple Methods Research .
  • Cheek, Julianne & Morse, Janice M. (2021). Qualitatively driven mixed and multiple methods half day invited workshop.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2019). Resisting the colonisation of our Qualitative Inquiry and the Weakening of our Qualitative Roots by Active or Passive Capitulation to the Agendas of Others.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2019). Is Big Data a Dirty Word?
  • Cheek, Julianne & Morse, Janice M. (2019). Qualitatively Driven Mixed methods research. Workshop.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2019). Ready to meet the challenge? Qualitative Inquiry and the Rise of Algorithmic Based Health Care.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2019). The Really Big Digital Imperative: Connecting Big Data, Thick Data, People, Places and Organisations.
  • Cheek, Julianne & Koro-Ljungberg, Mirka (2018). Interfaces Between Social Media and Qualitative Inquiry in Neoliberal Contexts: Possibilities and Problems. Qualitative Inquiry. ISSN 1077-8004. doi: 10.1177/1077800418806596.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2018). Why thick data is more crucial than ever before in light of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
  • Cheek, Julianne & Morse, Janice M. (2018). Qualitative Driven Mixed and Multiple Methods.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2018). The question remains: Whatever happened to research programs?
  • Cheek, Julianne & Øby, Elise (2018). The importance of getting attention for ourselves and our research - introducing the digital calling-card.
  • Cheek, Julianne & Persson, Mats (2018). Fake qualitative inquiry? Possible effects of the re-telling of our qualitative inquiry by 2expert non experts".
  • Cheek, Julianne & Morse, Janice M. (2018). Qualitatively driven mixed and multiple method designs.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2018). Thick Data and the 4th Industrial Revolution.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2018). Discourse Analysis .
  • Cheek, Julianne (2018). Qualitative Research Design and Methods.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2018). Why Thick Data is more important than ever before in the 4th Industrial Revolution.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2017). Using Critical Methodologies to talk back to ourselves in contemporary higher education franchises.
  • Cheek, Julianne & Morse, Janice M. (2017). Qualitatively driven mixed and multiple method designs.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2017). The researcher selfie: The New season´s must have fashion/research accessory.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2017). Getting Our qualitative inquiry out there into the Public sphere. But where is "out there" and how do we work out who to tell what to?
  • Cheek, Julianne (2017). The importance of being a selectively stupid academic.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2017). Cheek, J (2017) Learning from the letters: How can we create school based programs that cultivate mindfulness in children? .
  • Cheek, Julianne & Sørensen, Charlotte (2017). Using workplaces as places of Learning. Whose needs? Whose agenda? And who says?
  • Cheek, Julianne (2017). It´s all about the Connections - the importance of thinking about the Big Picture.
  • Greenhalgh, Trisha; Annandale, Ellen; Ashcroft, Richard; Barlow, James; Black, Nick & Bleakley, Alan [Vis alle 76 forfattere av denne artikkelen] (2016). An open letter to the BMJ editors on qualitative research. The BMJ. ISSN 1756-1833. 352:i563. doi: 10.1136/bmj.i563.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2016). New forms of connoisseurs in the research marketplace: why this matters for qualitative Health Research.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2016). Learning from the letters: how can we create school-based programs that cultivate mindfulness in children?
  • Cheek, Julianne & Morse, Janice M. (2016). Qualitatively Driven mixed and multiple Method designs.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2016). Qualitative Inquiry in the neoliberal accountablity metrics scenario.
  • Cheek, Julianne; Hannes, Karin & Gonzales, Aitor (2016). Strengthening the qualitative research agenda in Europe.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2016). The research marketplace: Putting a '+' in our thinking and why this matters.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2016). Østfold, sett fra Adelaide Australia ( English title: Østfold. Some ‘outsider’ reflections about both social inequalities and volunteers).
  • Cheek, Julianne & Ese, Jo (2016). The Work First Project. Building Social, Organisational, Educational and Research Capital.
  • Morse, Janice M. & Cheek, Julianne (2015). Introducing qualitatively-driven mixed-method designs. Qualitative Health Research. ISSN 1049-7323. 25(6), s. 731–733. doi: 10.1177/1049732315583299.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2015). Qualitatively-Driven Mixed-Method and Multiple Method Study of Mindfulness Training in School Children.
  • Cheek, Julianne & Morse, Janice M. (2015). Qualitatively-driven mixed and multiple Method designs.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2015). Qualitative Methods Course.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2015). The marketisation of Research Methods: the case of mixed methods.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2014). Principles of Mixed methods design.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2014). Research design. Qualitative Methods.
  • Cheek, Julianne; Kabat-Zinn, Jon; Lipschitz, David & Nakamura, Yoshi (2014). Looking Back to Move Forward: Exploring Short and Long term (20 year) impacts of early exposure (elementary school) to Mindful based Learning (MBL).
  • Hauge, Solveig; Cheek, Julianne & Kirkevold, Marit (2009). Eldres beskrivelser av ensomhet.
  • Corlis, M; Stanley, M; Ballantyne, A; Cheek, Julianne; Moyle, W & Oxlade, D [Vis alle 8 forfattere av denne artikkelen] (2009). Towards a better understanding of loneliness in older Australians. Australasian Journal on Ageing. ISSN 1440-6381. 28, s. A50–A50.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2007). A Fine Line: Positioning Qualitative Inquiry in the Wake of the politics of Evidence.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2007). Researching collaboratively - implications for qualitative research and reserachers.
  • Cheek, Julianne (2007). An evolving dynamic; impacting on, and being impacted by, future directions in research in ageing.
  • Cheek, Julianne; Moyle, W; Ballantyne, A; Stanley, M; Corlis, M & Oxlade, D [Vis alle 10 forfattere av denne artikkelen] (2007). "Supporting Older Australians Managing Loneliness".

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Publisert 12. juni 2018 16:30 - Sist endret 22. sep. 2021 15:22