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QMiP Bulletin Issue 25 Spring 2018

QMiP Bulletin Issue 25 Spring 2018

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Quick Overview

The Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section Bulletin comes out twice a year and includes forthcoming events, reviews of conferences of interest to qualitative psychologists, stories of new initiatives for raising the profile of qualitative methods, research reports, book reviews and more.

 

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Contents

Editorial
Claire Melia

Message from the Chair
Sarah Riley

View from the top

'The story of clinical psychology is one of change in response to changing situations and I think there's a need for change now'
Dave Harper & Cheryl Hunter

Peer-reviewed research

Incorporating a visual method into an interpretative phenomenological analysis study: A practical guide
Clare Elmi-Glennan & Jenny Mercer

Active ink: Analysing the experience and construction of tattoos as therapy using dual-focus methodology
Sue Black & Sarah Riley

Discussion pieces

Surviving and thriving REF2021 for qualitative psychologists: Discussion panel event at QMiP 2017 conference
Jo Brooks, Nigel King, Sarah Riley, Rachel Shaw & Carla Willig

How will new BPS guidelines for internet-mediated research impact on qualitative research?
Steven Caldwell Brown

First steps

Research projects
David Scott, Sophie Lavin & Bethany Cairns

Book reviews

Evocative Autoethnography: Writing Lives and Telling Stories by Arthur P. Bochner & Carolyn Ellis
Reviewed by Cheryl Hunter

Doing Poetic Inquiry by Helen Owton
Reviewed by Zainab Yusuf

Event reviews

Qualitative Methods in Psychology Conference, Aberystwyth University, Wales, 5-7 July 2017
Reviews by Dung Jidong E., Marlee Bower, Melissa Akoral & Kristina Newman

Donning glitter while learning to be truly critical and ready for resistance: A review of the 2017 BPS Community Psychology Festival, Bristol, 15-16 September 2017
Review by Katie Wright-Bevans

 

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