International Journal of Methodology seeks papers that address mainly methodological approaches in research and their limitation. These papers should focus on the detailed description of methodologies or on the process of doing research rather than on its outcomes (if any). We also invite critical reflections about important methodological issues, including ethical and social impacts. Preferably, this issue will gather contributions from leading scholars in both qualitative and quantitative research.Read more about Call for Papers on Research Methods
About the Journal
International Journal of Methodology (IJM) is an international journal that focuses on discussing methodologies used for research in the academic or industrial disciplines. Int. J. Methodol. provides a platform for interdisciplinary exchange of methodological approaches in research to different fields including new methods and instructional papers that can be used by the research community. The focus of the International Journal of Methodology (Int J Methodol.) is to publish new methodological approaches as well as improvements to existing methodology including research designs, experimental techniques, research characterization, data measurements, data analysis approaches, educational methods, etc.
Research methodology is the specific procedures or techniques used to identify, select, process, and analyze information about a topic. Manuscript submissions are open for research papers focusing on research methodology as well as on research methods. International Journal of Methodology welcomes research papers on quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods; Studies describing applications of quantitative and qualitative methodology; and Articles synthesizing and popularizing methodologic developments.