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Using photographs in psychology research on appearance: An exploration of bisexual women’s appearance and visual identity (2011)
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Hayfield, N., & Clarke, V. (2011, July). Using photographs in psychology research on appearance: An exploration of bisexual women’s appearance and visual identity. Paper presented at The British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section (POWS) Conference

Recently there has been an increased interest in visual methodologies within psychology, and this paper reports on the use of photographs within semi-structured qualitative interviews with self-identified bisexual women. The key aim of using a p... Read More about Using photographs in psychology research on appearance: An exploration of bisexual women’s appearance and visual identity.

A qualitative exploration of bisexual women’s appearance and visual identity (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Hayfield, N., Clarke, V., & Halliwell, E. (2009, June). A qualitative exploration of bisexual women’s appearance and visual identity. Paper presented at Cosmetic Cultures: Beauty, Globalization, Politics, Practices

The majority of studies that focus on bisexuality do not take into account the importance of bisexual visual identities, despite evidence that lesbians and gay men manage their visual presentation in multiple ways. Minimal academic research has focus... Read More about A qualitative exploration of bisexual women’s appearance and visual identity.



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