QMiP Newsletter Issue 6 October 2008

QMiP Newsletter Issue 6 October 2008
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ISBN 1751-2662

Summary 

The Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section newsletter 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: A conference, a departure, and possible futures...
Stephen Gibson

Message from the Chair
Zazie Todd

Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section Awards

Excusing themselves: Judges' judgements of qualitative/quality research
Rachael Pond & Mandy Morgan

Conference Review: British Psychological Society Annual Conference
Robert D. Lowe

Pluralism in qualitative research: Some emerging findings
Nollaig Frost

Event Review: Pluralism in Qualitative Research (PQR) Symposium
Charlotte Beer

Applying discourse analysis to the police interviewing of child sex offenders
Kelly Benneworth

Analysing 'hot' cognitions. A recent Masterclass on Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) by Jonathan A. Smith
Lynne McCormack

Conference Review: AQR-QRCA Conference
Sheila Keegan

Using problem-based learning to teach qualitative research methods: The beginning
Sally Wiggins

The TQRMUL dataset: A new resource for teaching qualitative research methods at undergraduate level
Stephen Gibson

Event Review: Teaching Qualitative Research Methods to undergraduate students
Russell Luyt

Book Reviews


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