Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Publication
Qualitative and Multi-Method Research is a semi-annual publication devoted to the study, development, and practice of qualitative and multi-method research techniques.
Short Courses at APSA
The QMMR section sponsored five short courses listed below at APSA’s annual meeting. The courses were held on Tuesday September 8 and Wednesday September 9.
- Designing/preparing fieldwork and operating in the field
- Techniques for collecting and generating data
- Managing and sharing qualitative data
- Studying casual mechanisms using in-depth case studies
- Process tracing
Join APSA’S Qualitative and Multimethod Research Section
The membership of the section is made up of individuals. (This is in contrast to CQRM, the subscribers to which are institutions). Members of the qualitative and multi-methods section must also be members of APSA.
If you are a member of APSA, log in to the Association website and then click the MyAPSA button in the top menu. Click on "Add or Renew a Section" on the right hand side of the page in the "APSA RESOURCES" section. Please note that starting in April 2019, graduate student members of APSA may join the section free of charge.
If you are not yet a member of APSA, or were but your membership expired, and would like to join the Association and the qualitative and multi-method research section, please visit the APSA membership portal portal and begin.
APSA Section Leadership
Alan Jacobs (2021-2023)
University of British Columbia
Veronica Herrera (2021-2023)
University of California, Los Angeles
Jennifer Cyr (2021-2023)
President-Elect and QMMR Editor
Universidad Torcuato di Tella
Tasha Fairfield (2021-2024)
London School of Economics
Executive Committee Members:
Layna Mosley, Princeton University (2020-2022)
Marcus Kurtz, Ohio State University (2020-2022)
Benjamin Read, University of California Santa Cruz (2021-2023)
Sarah Parkinson, Johns Hopkins University (2021-2023)
2022 Nominating Committee Members:
Yuen Yuen Ang, University of Michigan
Rachel Riedl, Cornell University
Craig Parsons, University of Oregon
2022 Division Chair:
Chloe Thurston, Northwestern University