Doing Qualitative Research in Psychology
A Practical Guide
Cath Sullivan, Michael A Forrester
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Taking you through each aspect of the research process and explaining the unique challenges of using qualitative methods in psychology, this book offers a complete guide to successfully conducting a qualitative psychological research project.
Clear, concise and accessible, this ‘how to’ manual folds key skills like research design and using technology and software into each chapter. This second edition offers:
- A thorough introduction to foundational concepts that support you through each step of the research process
- New chapters on thematic and narrative analysis
- A set of digital resources designed to make learning about qualitative methods as easy and interactive as possible, including video recordings and transcripts to build key analysis techniques
Through a pragmatic, practical lens, this book provides the perspective and the tools you need to recognize, collect, interpret, and communicate quality qualitative psychological data.
Michael A. Forrester is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Kent, Canterbury.
Cath Sullivan is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Central Lancashire.