Qualitative Research in Psychology (SAGE Benchmarks in Psychology)

Qualitative Research in Psychology (SAGE Benchmarks in Psychology)

By: Brendan Gough (editor)Hardback

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This five-volume collection maps the terrain of qualitative psychology, using classic papers from the last 25 years to document key principles, orientations and virtues, and drawing on more recent papers to delineate current trends, innovations, and debates. Although qualitative research has featured within the discipline of psychology throughout its history, the past 25 years has witnessed an avalanche of journals and textbooks, conferences, national and international associations all devoted to qualitative research, which means that this major work couldn't be timelier. The volumes are structured chronologically to enable understanding of developments and trends in field, running from the foundations (volume 1) to contemporary issues (volume 5). This major work is designed to serve students, faculty, practitioners, and educators with an interest in qualitative research within psychology and other social science disciplines. Volume One: Foundations Volume Two: Qualitative data collection Volume Three: Methodologies 1: From experiential to constructionist approaches Volume Four: Methodologies 2: Discursive and critical approaches Volume Five: Contemporary issues and innovations


VOLUME ONE: FOUNDATIONS Part One: General `What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been': Twenty-Five Years of Qualitative and New Paradigm Research - Yvonna Lincoln Qualitative Research and Psychological Theorising - Karen Henwood and Nick Pidgeon Premises, Principles, and Practices in Qualitative Research: Revisiting the Foundations - Kathy Charmaz The Relationship between Qualitative and Quantitative Research: Lessons from Feminist Psychology - Christine Griffin and Ann Phoenix Doing Q Methodology: Theory, Method and Interpretation - Simon Watts and Paul Stenner How Can Systematic Reviews Incorporate Qualitative Research: A Critical Perspective - Mary Dixon Woods et al. Qualitative Research as Methodical Hermeneutics - David Rennie Psychological Science in a Postmodern Context - Kenneth Gergen Part Two: Guidelines Evolving Guidelines for Publication of Qualitative Research Studies in Psychology and Related Fields - Robert Elliott, Constance Fischer and David Rennie Triangulation Revisited: Strategy of Validation or Alternative? - Uwe Flick Objectivity and Reliability in Qualitative Analysis: Realist, Contextualist, and Radical Constructionist Epistemologies - Anna Madill, Abbie Jordan and Caroline Shirley Judging the Quality of Qualitative Inquiry: Criteriology and Relativism in Action - Andrew Sparkes and Brett Smith Criteria for Qualitative Research in Psychology - Ian Parker Part Three: Diversity Qualitative Research and Its Place in Psychological Science - Anna Madill and Brendan Gough The Status of Method: Flexibility, Consistency and Coherence - Immy Hollway and Les Todres The Hermeneutics of Faith and the Hermeneutics of Suspicion - Ruthellen Josselson Pluralism in Qualitative Research: From Multiple Methods to Integrated Methods - Kerry Chamberlain et al. VOLUME TWO: QUALITATIVE DATA COLLECTION Language and Meaning: Data Collection in Qualitative Research - Donald Polkinghorne Five Misunderstandings about Case-Study Research - Bent Flyvbjerg Part One: Interviews The Psychoanalytic Interview as Qualitative Research - Steinar Kvale Qualitative Interviews in Psychology: Problems and Possibilities - Jonathan Potter and Alexa Hepburn Online Interviewing in Psychology: Reflections on the Process - Adam Jowett, Elizabeth Peel and Rachel Shaw Part Two: Focus Groups Focus Groups in Health Research: Exploring the Meanings of Health and Illness - Sue Wilkinson `Could You Please Pass One of Those Leaflets Along?' Exploring Health, Morality and Resistance through Focus Groups - Michele Crossley Discursive Psychology, Focus Group Interviews, and Participants Categories - Derek Edwards and Elizabeth Stokoe Part Three: Innovations in Data Collection [E.G. Online, Sensory Methods] Exploring the Depilatation Norm: A Qualitative Questionnaire Study of Women's Body Hair Removal - Merran Toerien and Sue Wilkinson Ethnography Goes Online: Towards a User-Centred Methodology to Research Interpersonal Communication on the Internet - Roser Beneito-Montagut `Entering the Blogosphere': Some Strategies for Using Blogs in Social Research - Nicholas Hookway The Power of Things - Joanna Sheridan and Kerry Chamberlain Understanding Illness: Using Drawings as a Research Method - Marilys Guillemin Engaging the Senses in Ethnographic Practice: Implications and Advances - Sarah Pink Auto-Photography in Aging Studies: Exploring Issues of Identity Construction in Mature Bodybuilders - Cassandra Phoenix VOLUME THREE: METHODOLOGIES 1: FROM EXPERIENTIAL TO CONSTRUCTIONIST APPROACHES Part One: Phenomenology-Humanistic Heuristic Inquiry: The Internal Search to Know - Bruce Douglass and Clark Moustakas Description vs Interpretation: Competing Alternative Strategies for Qualitative Research - Amedeo Giorgi From Meaning to Method - Max Van Manen Research with People: The Paradigm of Co-operative Experiential Inquiry - P. Reason and J. Heron Reflecting on the Development of Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis and Its Contribution to Qualitative Research in Psychology - Jonathan Smith The Personal Experience of Chronic Benign Lower Back Pain: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis - Mike Osborn and Jonathan Smith A Critical Evaluation of the Use of Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) in Health Psychology - Joanna Brocki and Alison Wearden Part Two: Thematic Analysis Using Thematic Analysis in Psychology - Virginia Braun and Victoria Clarke Part Three: Grounded Theory Grounded Theory Research: Procedures, Canons and Evaluative Criteria - Juliet Corbin and Anselm Strauss Discovering Chronic Illness: Using Grounded Theory - Kathy Charmaz Grounded Theory Methodology: The Pressing Need for a Coherent Logic of Justification - David Rennie Part Four: Narrative/Psychosocial Who Am I? Narration and Its Contribution to Self and Identity - Michael Bamberg Narrative Inquiry in Psychology: Exploring the Tensions Within - Brett Smith and Andrew Sparkes Connecting Narrative and Social Representation Theory in Health Research - Michael Murray Panic and Perjury: A Psychosocial Exploration of Agency - Wendy Hollway and Tony Jefferson Taking a Stand: Using Psychoanalysis to Explore the Positioning of Subjects in Discourse - Stephen Frosh, Ann Phoenix and Rob Pattman Subjectivity or Psycho-Discursive Practices: Investigating Complex Intersectional Identities - Margaret Wetherell A Psychoanalytic Discursive Psychology: From Consciousness to Unconsciousness - Michael Billig VOLUME FOUR: METHODOLOGIES 2: DISCURSIVE AND CRITICAL APPROACHES Part One: DA Discourse, Knowledge, Materiality, History: Foucault and Discourse Analysis - Derek Hook Wham Bam, Am I a Man? Unemployment and Masculinities - Sara Willott and Christine Griffin Positioning: The Discursive Production of Selves - Bronwyn Davies and Rom Harre Language and Causation: A Discursive Action Model of Description and Attribution - Derek Edwards and Jonathan Potter Doing Actions with Identity Categories: Complaints and Denials in Neighbour Disputes - Elizabeth Stokoe Developments in Discursive Psychology - Alexa Hepburn and Sally Wiggins Part Two: DA Debates Discourse Analysis Means Doing Analysis: A Critique of Six Analytic Shortcomings - C. Antaki, M. Billig, D. Edwards and J. Potter Positioning and Interpretative Repertoires: Conversation Analysis and Post-Structuralism in Dialogue - Margaret Wetherell Natural and Contrived Data: A Sustainable Distinction? - Susan Speer Being Dead and Being There: Research Interviews, Sharing Hand Cream and the Preference for Analysing `Naturally Occurring Data' - Christine Griffin Part Three: Critical/Participatory Methods [Re Marginalised/Minority Groups] Re-Membering Exclusions: Participatory Action Research in Public Institutions - Michelle Fine and Maria Elena Torre Participatory Action Research: Psychology and Social Change - Mary Brydon-Miller Methodologies of Critical Psychology: Illustrations from the Field of Racism - Thomas Teo Women and Depression: A Case Study of the Influence of Feminism in Canadian Psychology - Linda McMullen and Janet Stoppard Warner towards a Queer Research Methodology - Daniel Noam Doing Feminist Conversation Analysis - Celia Kitzinger VOLUME FIVE: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES AND INNOVATIONS Methodolatry and Qualitative Health Research - Kerry Chamberlain Disintegrating Qualitative Research - Stephen Frosh Part One: Reflexivity The Role of Reflexivity in Feminist Psychology - Sue Wilkinson Re?exivity and the Psychologist - Jill Morawski Negotiating the Swamp: The Opportunity and Challenge of Reflexivity in Research Practice - Linda Finlay A Reflexive Lens: Exploring Dilemmas of Qualitative Methodology through the Concept of Reflexivity - Suzanne Day Reflexive Research and the Grounding of Analysis: Social Psychology and the Psy-Complex - Ian Parker Part Two: Ethics The Ethics of Interpretation - Carla Willig Ethics in Action: Consent-Gaining Interactions and Implications for Research Practice - Susan Speer and Elizaeth Stokoe Is It the End for Anonymity as We Know It? A Critical Examination of the Ethical Principle of Anonymity in the Context of 21st Century Demands on the Qualitative Researcher - Liz Tilley and Kate Woodthorpe Doing Sensitive Research: What Challenges Do Qualitative Researchers Face? - Virginia Dickson-Swift et al. Confronting the Ethics of Qualitative Research - Svend Brinkmann and Steinar Kvale Part Three: (Re-)Presentation In Indigenous Words: Exploring Vignettes as a Narrative Strategy for Presenting the Research Voices of Aboriginal Community Members - Amy Blodgett et al. Making Qualitative Research Reports Less Boring: The Techniques of Writing Creative Nonfiction - Darrel Caulley Sporting Spinal Cord Injuries, Social Relations, and Rehabilitation Narratives: An Ethnographic Creative Non-Fiction of Becoming Disabled through Sport - Brett Smith

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