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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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