Doing qualitative research differently : a psychosocial approach / Wendy Hollway &Tony Jefferson.
By: Hollway, Wendy.
Contributor(s): Jefferson, Tony.Material type: BookCall no.: H62 .H593 2013Publication: London : SAGE Publications, 2013Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xv, 181 p.Notes: Rev. ed. of: Doing qualitative research differently : free association, narrative and the interview method. 2000.ISBN: 9781446254929 (pbk.); 9781446254912.Subject(s): Social sciences -- Research | Qualitative research
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Rev. ed. of: Doing qualitative research differently : free association, narrative and the interview method. 2000.
1 Introduction: the need to do research differently -- The book's content -- 2 Researching the fear of crime -- How safe do you feel-- ? -- Telling it like it is -- A shared subject -- Understanding subjects as psychosocial -- Summary -- 3 Producing data with defended subjects -- Mistaken attempts: our pilot studies -- The biographical-interpretative method -- The importance of free association -- Narrative questions in the first interview -- Developing our free association narrative interview -- The second interview -- IntersubjectMty and the research relationship -- Summary -- 4 Analysing data producted with defended subjects -- A discussion of Tommy’s childhood -- The problems of fragmenting qualitative data -- The importance of keeping the whole in mind -- Our theory, clinical psychoanalysis and ‘scientific’ knowledge -- Summary
5 The ethics of researching psychosocial subjects -- Payment and power -- Informed consent and harm: the case of Fran -- Confidentiality: the case of the Walters family -- Data In the public realm: a 'date-rape' case -- Appropriate principles for researching psychosocial subjects -- Summary -- 6 Biography, demography and generalizability -- Generalisability, knowledge and case studies -- The tension between demography and biography -- The problem of using demographic similarities -- The heterogeneity of meanings obscured by 'same-coding' profiles -- The generalisability of our findings -- Lessons for the production of knowledge on the fear of crime -- Summary -- 7 A psychosocial case study -- Researching Ron -- Ron: a pen portrait -- Self, survival and safety -- Adventure, curiosity and burglary -- Thieving, fighting and morality -- Memory, reality and truth -- The 'order' of free associations -- Summary -- Afterword to first edition -- New developments -- The social in psychosocial research -- Psychoanalysis in psychosocial research – Interpretation -- Reflexivity with a psychoanalytic accent -- Being compassionate -- A summary of key developments.
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