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Number of items: 19.

2015

Neal, Sarah; Mohan, Giles; Cochrane, Allan and Bennett, Katy (2015). 'You can't move in Hackney without bumping into an anthropologist': why certain places attract research attention. Qualitative Research (Early view). file

Spiller, Keith; Ball, Kirstie; Daniel, Elizabeth; Dibb, Sally; Meadows, Maureen and Canhoto, Ana (2015). Carnivalesque collaborations: reflections on ‘doing’ multi-disciplinary research. Qualitative Research, 15(5) pp. 551–567. file

2014

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

2012

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

Taylor, Stephanie (2012). 'One participant said…’: The implications of quotations from biographical talk. Qualitative Research, 12(4) pp. 388–401.

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

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

2011

Clark, Alison (2011). Multimodal map making with young children: exploring ethnographic and participatory methods. Qualitative Research, 11(3) pp. 311–330. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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.

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

2010

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

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

2008

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.

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.

2007

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.

2006

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

2005

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.

2001

Hammersley, M (2001). Whose side was Becker on? Questioning political and epistemological radicalism. Qualitative Research, 1(1) pp. 91–110. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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