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“Being the person people can’t handle”: A grounded theory exploration of British women’s constructions of living childfree through choice (2020)
Thesis
Hill, M. “Being the person people can’t handle”: A grounded theory exploration of British women’s constructions of living childfree through choice. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/1491089

This is a qualitative research project, exploring how being childfree through choice is constructed by British women who self-identify with this term. Using a grounded theory approach to analyse rich narratives gathered through semi-structured interv... Read More about “Being the person people can’t handle”: A grounded theory exploration of British women’s constructions of living childfree through choice.

‘Rarely discussed but always present’: Exploring therapists’ accounts of social class in therapy (2020)
Thesis
McEvoy, C. ‘Rarely discussed but always present’: Exploring therapists’ accounts of social class in therapy. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/1491043

This research examines therapists’ accounts of how social class operates within therapy and its impact on the therapeutic relationship. The topic of class in therapy has rarely been addressed in the counselling psychology literature, with only a few... Read More about ‘Rarely discussed but always present’: Exploring therapists’ accounts of social class in therapy.