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QMiP Bulletin Issue 28 Autumn 2019

QMiP Bulletin Issue 28 Autumn 2019

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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.




Astrid Coxon

Call for special issue papers for QMiP Bulletin
Deborah Bailey-Rodriguez

Message from the Chair
Jo Brooks

View from the top

Multimodality, visual methods and lived experience
Paula Reavey, Susanne Langer & Deborah Bailey-Rodriguez

Peer-reviewed articles

Perceptions of female narcissism in intimate partner violence: A thematic analysis
Ava Valashjardi, Kathy Charles & Rory MacLean

Dispositive analysis – Overview and proposed approach
Sumana Khan, Fiona Holland, Sophie Williams & Jane Montague

Interpretative phenomenological analysis as hermeneutic philosophy-in-practice
Tony Wilson

‘Eyes streaming, asthma would be going off’: Using poetic inquiry in asthma and exercise and sport research in the UK-resident South Asian population: An alternative representation
Zainab Khalid Yusuf

First steps

First steps
Lucia Marcus

Event reviews

2nd International Conference on Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy, University of Roehampton, 6–7 April 2019
Jonathan La Fèvre

Being a learner/educator qualitative researcher: A review of the Qualitative Report Tenth Annual Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 16-18 January 2019
Tara Nkrumah

Book reviews

Social Research Methods in Dementia Studies: Inclusion and Innovation
John Keady, Lars Christer-Hyden, Ann Johnson & Caroline Swarbrick
Reviewed by Chloe Waterman

Interviews in Qualitative Research (2nd Edition)
Nigel King, Christine Horrocks & Joanna Brooks
Reviewed by Susanne Langer


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