2019 started with a bonus! – the online publication of two SAGE research methods cases that I co-wrote last year. SAGE research methods cases are short (3,000 word) peer-reviewed articles showing how methods are applied in real research projects. They’re reflective pieces, so were quite enjoyable to write and hopefully to read. Each one is based on a previously published artice in a SAGE journal.
Our SAGE research methods case Accountability of philanthropic foundations: Interviewing private and powerful givers about their responsibilities is based on Founders, families, and futures: Perspectives on the accountability of Australian Private Ancillary Funds published in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (NVSQ)
Our SAGE research methods case From Opinion to Data: Undertaking Empirical Research in a Controversial Public Policy Context is based on Why be accountable? Exploring voluntary accountability of Australian Private Ancillary Funds published in the Australian Journal of Public Administration (AJPA)
A little light reading for you philanthropy nerds out there…