Recommended Readings Topics Readings Preparing to do qualitative research Mason, J. (2002). Qualitative Researching. London: Sage. Chapters 2&3 Research Ethics Nafstad, H. E. (2005). Assumptions and values in the production of knowledge. In S. Robinson & C. Kataluski (Eds.), Values in higher education. Vale of Glamorgan: Aureus & the University of Leeds. Ramacharan, P., & Cutcliffe, J., R. (2001). Judging the ethics of qualitative research: Considering the 'ethics as process' model. Health and Social Care in the Community, 9(6), 358-366. Methods of Analysis Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2006). Using thematic analysis in psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3(2), 77-101. Charmaz, K. (1990). `Discovering' chronic illness: Using grounded theory. Social Science & Medicine, 30(11), 1161-1172. Marks, D. F., & Yardley, L. (2004). Research methods for clinical and health psychology. London: Sage Publications. Smith, J. A. (Ed.). (2003). Qualitative Psychology: A Practical Guide to Methods. London: Sage. Willig, C. (2001). Introducing Qualitative Research in Psychology: Adventures in theory and method. Buckingham: Open University Press. Subjectivity and Reflexivity Cylwik, H. (2001). Notes from the field: Emotions of place in the production and interpretation of text. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 4(3), 243-250. Finlay, L. (2002). "Outing" the researcher: The provenance, process, and practice of reflexivity. Qualitative Health Research, 12(4), 531-545. Gough, B., & Madill, A. (2007). Diversity and Subjectivity within Qualitative Psychology. University of Leeds: www.reallifemethods.ac.uk. Hall, W. A., & Callery, P. (2001). Enhancing the rigor of grounded theory: incorporating reflexivity and relationality. Qualitative Health Research, 11(2), 257-272. Topics Readings Hubbard, G., Backett-Milburn, K., & Kemmer, D. (2001). Working with emotion: Issues for the researcher in fieldwork and teamwork. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 4(2), 119-137. Ortlipp, M. (2008). Keeping and using reflective journals in the qualitative research process. The Qualitative Report, 13(4), 695-705. Writing and Publishing Qualitative Research in Psychology Elliott, R., Fischer, C. T., & Rennie, D. L. (1999). Evolving guidelines for publication of qualitative research studies in psychology and related fields. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 38(3), 215-229. Mason, J. (2002). Qualitative Researching. London: Sage. Chapter 9 Ritchie, J., & Lewis, J. (2003). Qualitative research practice. London: Sage. Chapters 10 & 11. Further Topics Alty, A., & Rodham, K. (1998). The ouch! factor: Problems in conducting sensitive research. Qualitative Health Research, 8(2), 275. Goodley, D., & Lawthom, R. (2005). Epistemological journeys in participatory action research: alliances between community psychology and disability studies. Disability & Society, 20(2), 135. Hyde, A., Howlett, E., Brady, D., & Drennan, J. (2005). The focus group method: Insights from focus group interviews on sexual health with adolescents. Social Science and Medicine, 16(12), 25882599. Kidd, S. A., & Kral, M. J. (2005). Practicing Participatory Action Research. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 52(2), 187. Lynn, N. (2005). Through the looking glass: Considering the challenges visual methodologies raise for qualitative research. Qualitative Research in Psychology., Electronic(3), 213-225. Rich, M., & Patashnick, J. (2002). Narrative research with audiovisual data: video intervention/prevention assessment (VIA) and NVivo. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 5(3), 245261.