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The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research in Psychology

Second Edition
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© 2017 | 664 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
One of our bestselling handbooks, The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research in Psychology, is back for a second edition. Since the first edition qualitative research in psychology has been transformed. Responding to this, existing chapters have been updated, and three new chapters introduced on Thematic Analysis, Interpretation and Netnography. With a focus on methodological progress throughout, the chapters are organised into three sections:

Section One: Methods
Section Two: Perspectives and Techniques
Section Three: Applications


In the field of psychology and beyond, this handbook will constitute a valuable resource for both experienced qualitative researchers and novices for many years to come.
Wendy Stainton-Rogers and Carla Willig
Introduction
 
SECTION ONE: METHODOLOGIES
Gareth Terry, Nikki Hayfield, Victoria Clarke & Virginia Braun
2. Thematic Analysis
Christine Griffin and Andrew Bengry-Howell
3. Ethnography
Carolyn Kagan, Mark Burton and Asiya Siddiquee
4. Action Research
Sue Wilkinson and Celia Kitzinger
5. Conversation Analysis
Sally Wiggins and Jonathan Potter
6. Discursive Psychology
Michael Arribas-Ayllon and Valerie Walkerdine
7. Foucauldian Discourse Analysis
Stephen Frosh and Lisa Saville Young
8. Psychoanalytic Approaches to Qualitative Psychology
Niamh Stephenson and Susan Kippax
9. Memory Work
David Hiles, Ivo Cermák and Vladimír Chrz
10. Narrative Inquiry
Amedeo Giorgi, Barbro Giorgi and James Morley
11. The Descriptive Phenomenological Psychological Method
Virginia Eatough and Jonathan A. Smith
12. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Paul Stenner, Simon Watts and Marcia Worrell
13. Q Methodology
Kathy Charmaz and Karen Henwood
14. Grounded Theory Methods for Qualitative Psychology
 
SECTION TWO: PERSPECTIVES AND APPROACHES
Svend Brinkmann and Steinar Kvale
15. Ethics in Qualitative Psychological Research
Carla Willig
16. Interpretation in Qualitative Research
Mary Gergen
17. Qualitative Methods in Feminist Psychology
Catriona Macleod, Sunil Bhatia and Shose Kessi
18. Postcolonialism and Psychology: growing interest and promising potential
Adele V. Malpert, Sarah V. Suiter, Natalie M. Kivell, Douglas D. Perkins, Kimberly Bess, Scotney D. Evans, Carrie E. Hanlin, Patricia Conway, Diana McCown, and Isaac Prilleltensky
19. Community Psychology
Uwe Flick and Juliet Foster
20. Social Representations
Paula Reavey and Katherine Johnson
21. Visual Approaches: Using and Interpreting Images
Robert Kozinets
22. Netnography: Radical Participative Understanding for a Networked Communications Society
Sarah L. Bulloch, Christina Silver and Nigel Fielding
23. Using Computer Packages in Qualitative Research: exemplars, developments and challenges
Lucy Yardley and Felicity L Bishop
24. Mixing Qualitative and Quantitative Methods: A Pragmatic Approach
 
SECTION THREE: APPLICATIONS
Steven D. Brown and Abigail Locke
25. Social Psychology
Kerry Chamberlain and Michael Murray
26. Health Psychology
Erica Burman
27. Developmental Psychology
David Harper
28. Clinical Psychology
Joseph G. Ponterotto, Jennie Park-Taylor, and Eric C. Chen
29. Qualitative Research in Counselling and Psychotherapy: History, Methods, Ethics, and Impact
Elena Doldor, Jo Silvester and Doyin Atewologun
30. Qualitative Methods in Organizational Psychology
Peter Banister
31. Forensic Psychology
Leslie Swartz and Poul Rohleder
32. Cultural Psychology
Thomas C. Ormerod and Linden J. Ball
33. Cognitive Psychology
Wendy Stainton-Rogers and Carla Willig
34. Review and Prospect

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Chapter 16: Interpretation in Qualitative Research


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