The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research in Psychology
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The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research in Psychology



© 2008 | 664 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
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PART ONE: METHODS
Christine Griffin & Andrew Bengry-Howell
Ethnography
Carolyn Kagan, Mark Burton & Asiya Siddiquee
Action Research
Celia Kitzinger & Sue Wilkinson
Conversation Analysis
Sally Wiggins & Jonathan Potter
Discursive Psychology
Michael Arribas-Ayllon & Valerie Walkerdine
Foucauldian Discourse Analysis
Stephen Frosh & Lisa Saville Young
Psychoanalytic Approaches TO Qualitative Psychology
Niamh Stephenson & Susan Kippax
Memory Work
David Hiles &Ivo Cermák
Narrative Psychology
Amedeo Giorgi & Barbro Giorgi
Phenomenological Psychology
Virginia Eatough & Jonathan A. Smith
Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Uwe Flick & Juliet Foster
Social Representations
Paul Stenner, Simon Watts & Marcia Worrell
Q Methodology
Kathy Charmaz & Karen Henwood
Grounded Theory
PART TWO: PERSPECTIVES & TECHNIQUES
Svend Brinkmann & Steinar Kvale
Ethics in Qualitative Research
Mary Gergen
Qualitative Methods in Feminist Psychology
Paula Reavey & Katherine Johnson
Visual Approaches
Using and Interpreting Images  
Alison Evans, Dick Wiggins & Jonathan Elford
Using the Internet for Qualitative Research
Christina Silver & Nigel Fielding
Using Computer Packages in Qualitative Research
Lucy Yardley & Felicity Bishop
Mixing Qualitative and Quantitative Methods
A Pragmatic Approach  
PART THREE: APPLICATIONS
Steve Brown & Abigail Locke
Social Psychology
Kerry Chamberlain & Michael Murray
Health Psychology
Erica Burman
Developmental Psychology
Dave Harper
Clinical Psychology
Joseph G. Ponterotto, Geena Kuriakose & Yevgeniya Granovskaya
Counselling and Psychotherapy
Andy Miller, Victorial Hobley, Lisa DeSouza & Tom Billington
Educational Psychology
Jo Silvester
Work and Organizational Psychology
Peter Banister
Forensic Psychology
Carrie E. Hanlin, Kimberly Bess, Patricia Conway,Scotney D. Evans, Diana McCown, Isaac Prilleltensky & Douglas D. Perkins
Community Psychology
Leslie Swartz & Poul Rohleder
Cultural Psychology
Thomas C. Ormerod & Linden J. Ball
Cognitive Psychology
Catriona McCloud & Sunil Bhatia
Postcolonialism and Psychology
Wendy Stainton Rogers & Carla Willig
Review and Prospect

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Toni Brennan
Psychology: Learning & Teaching


B.J. Lovett
Elmira College
CHOICE magazine

'Every psychology department and university library should have a neat row of copies of this impressive handbook...this is one of those rare books that manage to surpass their blurb - no mean feat: "All of the chapters offer a state of the art review of the area concerned, evaluate achievements to date and map trajectories for future research'. I couldn't agree more!'
Toni Brennan
Psychology: Learning & Teaching



To advanced for this level

Mrs Sherran Milton
School of Healthcare Studies, Cardiff University
May 20, 2015

Very good resource for anyone interested in qualitative research.

Miss Philippa Laskey
Applied Psychology, University of Cumbria
January 7, 2015

A first class introduction to research methods

Dr Liz Ballinger
Counselor Education , University of manchester
April 8, 2014

For instructors

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