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Number of items: 19.

2012

Montenegro, Marisela; Capdevila, Rose and Figueroa Sarriera, Heidi (2012). Towards a transnational feminism: Dialogues on feminisms and psychologies in a Latin American context. Feminism & Psychology, 22(2) pp. 220–227.

2011

Wallis, Jennifer; Burns, Jan and Capdevila, Rose (2011). What is narrative therapy and what is it not? The usefulness of Q methodology to explore accounts of White & Epston’s (1990) approach to narrative therapy. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 18(6) pp. 486–497. file

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.

Rutherford, Alexandra; Capdevila, Rose; Undurti, Vindhya and Palmary, Ingrid eds. (2011). Handbook of International Feminisms: Perspectives on Psychology, Women, Culture, and Rights. International and Cultural Psychology. New York: Springer.

Rutherford, Alexandra; Capdevila, Rose; Undurti, Vindhya and Palmary, Ingrid (2011). Feminisms and psychologies: multiple meanings, diverse practices, and forging possibilities in an age of globalization. In: Rutherford, Alexandra; Capdevila, Rose; Undurti, Vindhya and Palmary, Ingrid eds. Handbook of International Perspectives on Feminism: Perspectives on Psychology, Women, Culture, and Rights. International and Cultural Psychology. New York, USA: Springer, pp. 3–15.

2010

Zurbriggen, Eileen L. and Capdevila, Rose (2010). The personal and the political are feminist: exploring the relationships among feminism, psychology, and political life. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34(4) pp. 458–459. file

Capdevila, Rose (2010). Lysistratus, Lysistrata, Lysistratum:coconstructing the identities of mother and activist. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34(4) pp. 530–537. file

Roper, Sandra and Capdevila, Rose (2010). We are a real family: A Q methodological study on the experience of stepmothers. Radical Psychology: A Journal of Psychology, Politics, and Radicalism, 9(2)

2009

Marzano, Lisa; Capdevila, Rose; Ciclitira, Karen and Lazard, Lisa (2009). Justice and care: theorising the 'New Man' and the 'Caring Father'. Psychology of Women Section Review, 11(2) pp. 11–20. 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.

2008

Capdevila, Rose and Callaghan, Jane E. M. (2008). ‘It’s not racist. It’s common sense.’ A critical analysis of political discourse around asylum and immigration in the UK. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 18(1) pp. 1–16.

Callaghan, Jane and Capdevila, Rose (2008). Globalisation, migration & asylum: the peril of the alien and the safety of the familiar (Editors’ Introduction). Annual Review of Critical Psychology, 6 pp. 1–3.

Capdevila, Rose and Lazard, Lisa (2008). 'Is it just me...?': Q methodology and representing the marginal. Operant Subjectivity, 32 pp. 70–84. file

2007

Capdevila, Rose (2007). Redefinition reviewed: what 'Toward aRedefinition of Sex and Gender' can offer today. Feminism & Psychology, 17(4) pp. 465–469. file

Capdevila, Rose (2007). I did it my way: the implications of methodological choices in critical work. In: Van Deventer, Vasi ; Terre Blanche, Martin; Fourie, Eduard and Segalo, Puleng eds. Citizen City: Between constructing agent and constructed agency. Ontario: Captus University Publications, pp. 197–205. file

2006

Capdevila, Rose and Unger, Rhoda (2006). Feminisms without borders: exploring the relationships between feminist and political psychology. Feminism & Psychology, 16(1) pp. 5–11.

Capdevila, R.; Ciclitira, K.; Lazard, L. and Marzano, L. (2006). If I am woman, who are 'they'? The construction of 'other' feminisms. Psychology of Women Section Review, 8(2) pp. 1–13. file

2005

Jordon, Kelly; Capdevila, Rose and Johnson, Sally (2005). Baby or beauty: a Q study into post pregnancy body image. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 23(1) pp. 19–31. file

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