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QMiP Bulletin Issue 24 Autumn 2017

QMiP Bulletin Issue 24 Autumn 2017

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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
Johanna Spiers

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

First steps

The QMiP Bulletin board describe their early qualitative projects

Event reviews

IPA International conference
Megumi Fieldsend

 

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