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Ali, Haider and Birley, Sue (1999). Integrating deductive and inductive approaches in a study of new ventures and customer perceived risk. Qualitative Market Research: an international journal, 2(2) pp. 103–110.

Bekin, Caroline; Carrigan, Marylyn and Szmigin, Isabelle (2005). Defying marketing sovereignty: voluntary simplicity at New Consumption Communities. Qualitative Market Research: an international journal, 8(4) pp. 413–429.

Bornat, Joanna (2005). Recycling the evidence: different approaches to the reanalysis of gerontological data. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 6(1 (Art) file

Clark, Alison (2011). Multimodal map making with young children: exploring ethnographic and participatory methods. Qualitative Research, 11(3) pp. 311–330. file

Conway, Daniel (2008). Masculinities and narrating the past: experiences of researching white men who refused to serve in the apartheid army. Qualitative Research, 8(3) pp. 347–354.

Dicks, Bella; Flewitt, Rosie; Lancaster, Lesley and Pahl, Kate (2011). Multimodality and ethnography: working at the intersection. Qualitative Research, 11(3) pp. 227–237.

Flewitt, Rosie (2011). Bringing ethnography to a multimodal investigation of early literacy in a digital age. Qualitative Research, 11(3) pp. 293–310.

Forbat, Liz and Henderson, Jeanette (2005). Theoretical and practical reflections on sharing transcripts with participants. Qualitative Health Research, 15(8) pp. 1114–1128.

Gabb, Jacqui (2010). Home truths: ethical issues in family research. Qualitative Research, 10(4) pp. 461–478. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2010). A historical and comparative note on the relationship between analytic induction and grounded theorising. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 11(2) article no. 4.

Hammersley, Martyn and Treseder, Peggy (2007). Identity as an analytic problem: who's who in `pro-ana' websites? Qualitative Research, 7(3) pp. 283–300.

Hammersley, M (2001). Whose side was Becker on? Questioning political and epistemological racialism. Qualitative Research, 1(1) pp. 91–110. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2010). Reproducing or constructing? Some questions about transcription in social research. Qualitative Research, 10(5) pp. 553–569. file

Hollway, Wendy and Froggett, Lynn (2012). Researching in-between subjective experience and reality. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 13(3), article no. 13. file

King, Nigel; Finlay, Linda; Smith, Jonathan A; Ashworth, Peter; Langdridge, Darren and Butt, Trevor (2008). ‘Can’t really trust that, so what can I trust?’: a polyvocal, qualitative analysis of the psychology of mistrust. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 5(2) pp. 80–102.

Langdridge, Darren; Barker, Meg; Reavey, Paula and Stenner, Paul (2012). Becoming a subject: a memory work study of the experience of romantic jealousy. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 13(2), article no. 5.

Lazard, Lisa; Capdevila, Rose and Roberts, Anca (2011). Methodological pluralism in theory and in practice: the case for Q in the community. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 8(2) pp. 140–150.

McAvoy, Jean (2015). From ideology to feeling: discourse, emotion, and an analytic synthesis. Qualitative Research in Psychology (In Press).

Motzkau, Johanna (2009). The semiotic of accusation: thinking about deconstruction, development, the critique of practice, and the practice of critique. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 6(1-2) pp. 129–152.

Motzkau, Johanna F. (2007). Matters of Suggestibility, Memory and Time: Child Witnesses in Court and what really happened. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 8(1, Art) file

Motzkau, Johanna F. and Jefferson, Andrew M. (2009). Editorial: Research as practice: on critical methodologies. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 6(1-2) pp. 1–11. file

O'Dell, Lindsay; Crafter, Sarah; Abreu, Guida de and Cline, Tony (2012). The problem of interpretation in vignette methodology in research with young people. Qualitative Research, 12(6) pp. 702–714. file

O'Sullivan, Terry (2005). Advertising and children: what do the kids think? Qualitative Market Research: an international journal, 8(4) pp. 371–384.

Oreszczyn, Sue and Carr, Susan (2008). Improving the link between policy research and practice: using a scenario workshop as a qualitative research tool in the case of genetically modified crops. Qualitative Research, 8(4) pp. 473–497.

Owton, Helen (2014). Book review: Advances in Visual Methodology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 11(1) pp. 115–117.

Pritchard, Katrina (2011). From ‘being there’ to ‘being … where?’: relocating ethnography. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, 6(3) pp. 230–245. file

Pritchard, Katrina and Whiting, Rebecca (2012). Autopilot? A reflexive review of the piloting process in qualitative e-research. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, 7(3) pp. 338–353. file

Shakespeare, Pam (2006). Embodiment and bodily description: common sense data in expert accounts. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3(1) pp. 59–69.

Shakespeare, Pamela and Clare, Linda (2005). Focusing on task-oriented talk as a way of exploring the interation between people with early-onset dementia and their carers. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 2(4) pp. 327–340.

Spiller, Keith; Ball, Kirstie; Daniel, Elizabeth; Dibb, Sally; Meadows, Maureen and Canhoto, Ana (2014). Carnivalesque collaborations: reflections on ‘doing’ multi-disciplinary research. Qualitative Research (In press). file

Taylor, Stephanie (2014). A response to Martyn Hammersley ‘On the ethics of interviewing for discourse research’. Qualitative Research, 14(5) pp. 542–548.

Taylor, Stephanie (2015). Discursive and psychosocial? Theorising a complex contemporary subject. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 12(1) (In Press).

Taylor, Stephanie (2012). One participant said...': the implications of quotations from biographical talk. Qualitative Research, 12(4) pp. 388–401. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Taylor, Stephanie and McAvoy, Jean (2015). Introduction: Researching the Psychosocial. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 12(1) (In Press).

Tetley, Josephine; Grant, Gordon and Davies, Susan (2009). Using Narratives to Understand Older People's Decision-Making Processes. Qualitative Health Research, 19(9) pp. 1273–1283. file

Thomson, Rachel and Holland, Janet (2005). Thanks for the memory: Memory books as a methodological resource in biographical research. Qualitative Research, 5(2) pp. 201–291.

Thomson, Rachel; Hadfield, Lucy; Kehily, Mary Jane and Sharpe, Sue (2012). Acting up and acting out: encountering children in a longitudinal study of mothering. Qualitative Research, 12(2) pp. 186–201. file

Tilley, Liz and Woodthorpe, Kate (2011). Is it the end for anonymity as we know it? A critical examination of the ethical principle of anonymity in the context of 21st century demands on the qualitative researcher. Qualitative Research, 11(2) pp. 197–212. file

Wallis, Jennifer; Burns, Jan and Capdevila, Rose (2009). Q methodology and a Delphi poll: a useful approach to researching a narrative approach to therapy. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 6(3) pp. 173–190. file

Wallis, Jennifer; Burns, Jan and Capdevila, Rose (2009). Q methodology and a Delphi poll: a useful approach to researching a narrative approach to therapy. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 6(3) pp. 173–190.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2006). The outsider within:dilemmas of qualitative feminist research within a culture of resistance. Qualitative Research, 6(3) pp. 385–402.

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