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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.
Undergraduate QMiP citations for excellence
Exploring students' unprotected casual sex encounters using interpretative phenomenological analysis
Caity Roleston & Rachel L. Shaw
What is the experience of having a sibling with autism spectrum disorder?
Emily Lewis & Anna Madill
'Jamie's Sugar Rush': A critical analysis of the discourses around health, food, and responsibility
Adele Wilson & Maxine Woolhouse
Exploring the changing identities, perceptions of AA and stigmatisation experienced by recovering alcoholics in the UK
Laura Jackson & Barbara Lopez
Peer-reviewed undergraduate research
The social experience of volunteering for young adult volunteers: An interpretative phenomenological analysis
David Johnson, Kate Reid & Maxine Swingler
Teaching qualitative methods to undergraduate students
Chicken or egg, theory or action? A critical rethinking of how we do things in psychology
Tom Muskett, Rowan Sandal, Sarah Gillborn & Glen Jankowski
Teaching qualitative psychology at undergraduate level: Challenges and responses
Leanne Etheridge, Hilary McDermott, Cath Sullivan & Sarah Riley
The QMiP Bulletin board describe their early qualitative projects
IPA International conference