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QMiP Bulletin Issue 18 Autumn 2014

QMiP Bulletin Issue 18 Autumn 2014

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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
Johanna Spiers

Message from the Chair
Rachel Shaw

Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis to access experiences of offenders with high levels of psychopathic traits: Reflections from practice
Jenny Tew & Alice L. Bennett

Promiscuous phenomenology and defensive discourse analysis
Paul Sullivan

On being neither one thing nor the other: A reply to Paul Sullivan
Michael Larkin & Sarah Seymour-Smith

The use of telephone interviews in qualitative psychology research: A reflective methodological exercise
Angelos P. Kassianos

The thorny issue of pluralism, 'paradigm wars' and politics in qualitative methods and mixed methods research
Alexander J. Bridger

First Steps

Research projects
Alexandra Kent

Book Reviews

Visual Methods in Psychology: Using and interpreting images in qualitative research
Paula Reavey (Ed.)
Reviewed by Ann Dalzell

Successful Qualitative Research: A practical guide for beginners
Virginia Braun & Victoria Clarke
Reviewed by John Jamieson

The Constructivist Credo
Yvonne S. Lincoln & Egon G. Guba
Reviewed by Hassan Khalil

Researching later life and ageing: Expanding qualitative research horizons
Miranda Leontowitsch (Ed.)
Reviewed by Rebecca Talbot

Event Reviews

Reflecting on a research seminar - Qualitative research pitfalls and possibilities of resource-lite methods one-day seminar
Reviewed by Nikki Hayfield, Rebecca Jones & Sophie Gray

Making a difference, making ourselves known: Qualitative methods in psychology conference
Reviewed by Hassan Khalil

Psychology: What's the next big thing?
Reviewed by Johanna Spiers

Multiple Transformations of Qualitative Data: A Qualitative Methods in Psychology Symposium
Reviewed by Cheryl Hunter

A review of the keynotes from the British Psychological Society's Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference 2014
Reviewed by Charlotte J. Dann

 

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