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IASSIST Quarterly: Fall/Winter 2010 Spring/Summer 2011

  • Editor's Notes
    Karsten Boye Rasmussen
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  • Qualitative and Qualitative Longitudinal Resources in Europe
    Bren Neale
    Libby Bishop
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  • Methodological and Ethical Dilemmas of Archiving Qualitative Data
    Arja Kuula
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  • Qualitative Research In Ireland: Archiving Strategies and Development
    Jane Gray
    Aileen O'Carroll
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  • Sharing Qualitative and Qualitative Longitudinal Data in the UK
    Libby Bishop
    Bren Neale
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  • Establishing a Qualitative Data Archive in Austria
    Andrea Smioski
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  • Archiving Qualitative and Qualitative Longitudinal Social Sciences Data In the Czech Republic
    Tomas Cizek
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  • Archiving and Disseminating Qualitative Data in Denmark
    Anne Sofie Fink Kjeldgaard
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  • Sharing and Archiving Qualitative and Qualitative Longitudinal Research Data in Germany
    Irena Medjedovic
    Andreas Witzel
    Full text (PDF)
  • Mapping Out Qualitative Data Resources in Norway
    Gry-Hege Henriksen
    Maria Bakke Orvik
    Trond Pedersen
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  • IASSIST Quarterly

    Publications Special issue: A pioneer data librarian
    Welcome to the special volume of the IASSIST Quarterly (IQ (37):1-4, 2013). This special issue started as exchange of ideas between Libbie Stephenson and Margaret Adams to collect


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