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QMiP Bulletin Issue 14 Autumn 2012

QMiP Bulletin Issue 14 Autumn 2012

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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. This issue is a Special Issue with a Focus on Sport and Performance.




Helen Owton

Message from the Chair
Rachel Shaw

Sport and Performance focus: A phenomenological analysis of flourishing in elite athletes
Arabella Ashfield, Jim McKenna, & Susan Backhouse

Sport and Performance focus: 'You don't know what's around the corner': A qualitative study of professional footballers facing career transition
Andrew Brownrigg, Viv Burr, Abigail Locke & Alex Bridger

Sport and Performance focus: Reflections on using writing in sport and exercise psychology research and practice
Melissa Day & Joanne Hudson

Sport and Performance focus: Qualitative investigations of mega-sport events: Exploring individual, group-based and collective emotions in response to elite athletic success
Gavin Sullivan

Sport and Performance focus: 'There will always be a part of you that longs to return': A reflective photo elicitation of an Ironman triathlon
Caroline Wakefield & Sal Watt

Methodological Paper: Reflecting on the use of Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis with focus groups
Jenny Mercer

View From the Top: Sudden Impact
Nigel King

The Creative Psychologist: Sculptures and films representing mental experiences
Victoria Tischler

Commentary: Community psychology and qualitative methods: Opportunities for building a sound research base
Jacqui Akhurst

Commentary: Qualitative research in sports and exercise psychology: A timely comment
Abigail Locke

Conference Reviews

Book Reviews

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