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'This important and challenging book offers a multi-perspective viewpoint on the ways in which a disability hermene… https://t.co/k0MjMoIBNC
Author(s): Mary Moschella, Susan Willhauck
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Qualitative Research in Theological Education brings together a diverse group of scholars to consider the theological values arising from and contributing to their use of qualitative research in scholarship and teaching.
The book offers a careful consideration of the pedagogical and administrative challenges involved in teaching qualitative research and its various sub-disciplines such as ethnography.
As a whole, the book argues that the teaching of QR methods is critical to the theological, ethical, spiritual, and/or pastoral formation of ministers and theological scholars.
Contributors include: Elaine Graham, Dawn Llewellyn, Anthony Reddie, Brett C. Hoover and David Mellott.
Mary Clark Moschella is Roger J. Squire Professor of Pastoral Care and Counseling at Yale University School of Divinity, is the author or editor of three books and numerous articles in the area of pastoral research, including the widely used volume, "Ethnography as a Pastoral Practice: An Introduction". Susan Willhauck, Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology at Atlantic School of Theology, conducts QR and has published in the areas of Christian education and leadership in ministry, including "Ministry Unplugged: Uncommon Calls to Serve" (2010) and "Breaking the Stained Glass Ceiling" (2013).