Qualitative Research in Marriage and Family Therapy

Jason B Whiting, Stephen Fife, Jaclyn Cravens

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Abstract

In this virtual issue of the<i> Journal of Marital and Family Therapy</i>, guest editors, Drs. Jason B. Whiting, Stephen T. Fife, and Jaclyn D. Cravens-Pickens present an informative account of the MFT field’s relationship to qualitative research as published in JMFT. Their commentary offers an informative and interesting historical account of qualitative research that shows it’s development in the MFT field over three decades. Further, they offer important reflections about the present state of qualitative research, and future directions.<br><br>To read more works by Dr. Jason Whiting, see his university-based website: https://familylife.byu.edu/directory/jason-whiting. Dr. Fife has been an innovator in the area of qualitative process research, common factors, and healing from infidelity. Dr. Fife possesses a strong awareness of classic and innovative qualitative theory and methodologies. To read more works by Dr. Stephen Fife, see his university-based website: https://www.depts.ttu.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Marital and Family Therapy
StatePublished - 2022

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