Mentoring relationships: Creating a future for qualitative inquiry
Left Coast Press
Carolyn Ellis: Welcome to our panel on "Mentoring Relationships: Creating a Future for Qualitative Inquiry." If we want the current qualitative movement to continue to flourish after the current generation retires, then it is important to pay attention to the mentoring of graduate students. Every time we give workshops and presentations, participants ask many questions about mentoring. In the panel, we will talk about some of our experiences, tensions, and turning points in mentoring relationships between professors and graduate students duringgraduate school and after students receive their Ph.D.
Qualitative Inquiry and Social Justice
Ellis, C., Adams, T., Ellingson, L., Bochner, A., Denzin, N., Durham, A., Madison, D. S., Alexander, R., Pelias, R., Defenbaugh, N., & Richardson, L. (2009). Mentoring relationships: Creating a future for qualitative inquiry. In N. Denzin & M. Giardina (Eds.), Qualitative Inquiry and Social Justice (pp. 279-302). Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.