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Malaysian Journal Of Qualitative Research (MJQR)
ISSN No: 1823-8521

Since 2019, MJQR is published two times a year - May & November. From 2007 to 2018, MJQR was published once every two years.

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And is in the process of being indexed in other databases.

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VOL. 8 (2) November 2022





About The Journal

  • The Malaysian Journal of Qualitative Research (MJQR) ISSN No-1823-8521 is a biannual publication of the Qualitative Research Association of Malaysia (QRAM). 

  • MJQR has been in publication since 2007 and was initially published two years once.

  • Since 2019, MJQR is published twice a year, in May and November. 

Aims and Scope

1. To promote and enhance the understanding of qualitative research and its applications.

2. To serve as a platform for a forum on the fundamental topics of qualitative research, including matters of ethics.

3. To facilitate the sharing of ideas and critical problems faced by qualitative researchers and practitioners.

4. To provide an avenue for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas on the practical applications of qualitative           research

5. To serve as an outlet for sharing and dissemination of qualitative research work in Malaysia and outside Malaysia

MJQR seeks empirical research studies from a variety of perspectives, including academics and practitioners in the field of gender and women studies, family studies, social work, psychology, sociology, education, evaluation, religious studies, geography, communication, management, marketing, accounting, health science, and other related disciplines across the social, behavioural, and human sciences. We welcome your work whether it is in progress or a completed piece. 



i. Research in the social, behavioural, health, and human sciences that employs qualitative research methods. Apart from     the presentation of qualitative findings, these studies need to include aspects of their research that advance knowledge     of the qualitative inquiry.

ii. Methodological issues that advance knowledge about qualitative research methods that span across the social,                    behavioural, health, and human sciences. The topics may include all aspects and stages of qualitative processes, the          various techniques of data collection and analysis, innovative theories and techniques, use of technology in qualitative      research, ethics and qualitative reporting focusing on the report writing, researcher’s experiences and roles during              fieldwork.

iii. Mixed method papers are also published, provided greater emphasis is placed on qualitative methodology.



MJQR is currently indexed in MyJurnal & Google Scholar 

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And is in the process of being indexed in other databases.

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