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Extending the boundaries of political communication: How ideology can be examined in super-rich television documentaries using Discursive Psychology (2020)
Book Chapter
Carr, P. (in press). Extending the boundaries of political communication: How ideology can be examined in super-rich television documentaries using Discursive Psychology. In C. Tileagă, S. Burke, & M. Demasi (Eds.), Political Communication: Discursive Perspectives. London: Palgrave MacMillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-60223-9

Political communication is not static and takes a range of forms due to technological change requiring researchers to diversify their interests. When examining talk about wealth inequality, focusing on the overtly political is problematic as issues s... Read More about Extending the boundaries of political communication: How ideology can be examined in super-rich television documentaries using Discursive Psychology.

Can I use TA? Should I use TA? Should I not use TA? Comparing reflexive thematic analysis and other pattern‐based qualitative analytic approaches (2020)
Journal Article
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (in press). Can I use TA? Should I use TA? Should I not use TA? Comparing reflexive thematic analysis and other pattern‐based qualitative analytic approaches. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12360

Thematic analysis methods, including the reflexive approach we have developed, are widely used in counselling and psychotherapy research, as are other approaches that seek to develop ‘patterns’ (themes, categories) across cases. Without a thorough gr... Read More about Can I use TA? Should I use TA? Should I not use TA? Comparing reflexive thematic analysis and other pattern‐based qualitative analytic approaches.

‘They need us more than we need them’: British exceptionalism, Brexit, and justice and home affairs (2020)
Journal Article
Leonard, S., Kaunert, C., & MacKenzie, A. (in press). ‘They need us more than we need them’: British exceptionalism, Brexit, and justice and home affairs. European Foreign Affairs Review, 25(4),

This article analyses the EU-UK Future Relationship negotiations on Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) through the lenses of ‘exceptionalism’. This concept refers to a given state’s self-understanding as being not only fundamentally different from other... Read More about ‘They need us more than we need them’: British exceptionalism, Brexit, and justice and home affairs.

Regulating ‘untrustworthy patients’: Constructions of ‘trust’ and ‘distrust’ in accounts of inpatient treatment for anorexia (2020)
Journal Article
Holmes, S., Malson, H., & Semlyen, J. (in press). Regulating ‘untrustworthy patients’: Constructions of ‘trust’ and ‘distrust’ in accounts of inpatient treatment for anorexia. Feminism and Psychology,

Abstract Trust has been seen as a lynchpin of therapeutic relationships. Yet due to perceptions that anorexia is one of the most difficult illnesses to treat and that patients are ‘treatment resistant’, achieving trust between patient and treatment... Read More about Regulating ‘untrustworthy patients’: Constructions of ‘trust’ and ‘distrust’ in accounts of inpatient treatment for anorexia.

The ebbs and flows of qualitative research: Time, change and the slow wheel of interpretation (2020)
Book Chapter
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (in press). The ebbs and flows of qualitative research: Time, change and the slow wheel of interpretation. In Temporality in qualitative inquiry: Theories, methods, and practices. London: Routledge

The qualitative researcher has been described as ‘the instrument for analysis.’ What we bring to the analytic process – our positionalities, skills, tenets, knowledge, and much more – is valued within qualitative paradigms. But what we bring is also... Read More about The ebbs and flows of qualitative research: Time, change and the slow wheel of interpretation.

The online survey as a qualitative research tool (2020)
Journal Article
Braun, V., Clarke, V., Boulton, E., Davey, L., & McEvoy, C. (in press). The online survey as a qualitative research tool. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1080/13645579.2020.1805550

Fully qualitative surveys, which prioritise qualitative research values, and harness the rich potential of qualitative data, have much to offer qualitative researchers, especially given online delivery options. Yet the method remains underutilised, a... Read More about The online survey as a qualitative research tool.

One size fits all? What counts as quality practice in (reflexive) thematic analysis? (2020)
Journal Article
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (in press). One size fits all? What counts as quality practice in (reflexive) thematic analysis?. Qualitative Research in Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1080/14780887.2020.1769238

Developing a universal quality standard for thematic analysis (TA) is complicated by the existence of numerous iterations of TA that differ paradigmatically, philosophically and procedurally. This plurality in TA is often not recognised by editors, r... Read More about One size fits all? What counts as quality practice in (reflexive) thematic analysis?.

Pandemic tales: Using story completion to explore sense-making around COVID-19 lockdown restrictions (2020)
Book Chapter
Braun, V., Clarke, V., & Moller, N. (in press). Pandemic tales: Using story completion to explore sense-making around COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. In Researching in the Age of COVID-19 Volume III: Creativity and Ethics. Bristol: Policy Press

Let’s start our tale about researching in a pandemic with the beginning of a story: Sam has been keeping in touch with friends online during the COVID-19 Lockdown, and learned that some of them are going to meet up in the big local park, just after... Read More about Pandemic tales: Using story completion to explore sense-making around COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.

Thematic Analysis (2020)
Book Chapter
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (in press). Thematic Analysis. In Analysing qualitative data in psychology. (Third). London: Sage

This chapter provides an introduction to thematic analysis (TA) as a method for developing and interpreting patterns in qualitative data. We distinguish between different ‘schools’ of TA, focusing on: (1) approaches with a foothold in quantitative re... Read More about Thematic Analysis.

Hedge and Subculture in the 21st Century: Through the Subcultural Lens (2020)
Book
Gildart, K., Gough-Yates, A., Lincoln, S., Osgerby, B., Robinson, L., Street, J., …Worley, M. (Eds.). (2020). Hedge and Subculture in the 21st Century: Through the Subcultural Lens. United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-28475-6

This book assesses the legacy of Dick Hebdige and his work on subcultures in his seminal work, Subculture: The Meaning of Style (1979). The volume interrogates the concept of subculture put forward by Hebdige, and asks if this concept is still capabl... Read More about Hedge and Subculture in the 21st Century: Through the Subcultural Lens.

Resuscitating the subcultural corpse: A reflection on subculture as lived experience and the importance of class and ethnicity! (2020)
Book Chapter
Webb, P. (2020). Resuscitating the subcultural corpse: A reflection on subculture as lived experience and the importance of class and ethnicity!. In Hebdige and Subculture in the Twenty-First Century: Through the sub-cultural lens. United kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-28475-6

The chapter addresses the deficiencies of Hebdige's analysis in terms of class and race/ethnicity when looking at Punk subculture in his 1979 book 'Subculture: The meaning of style'. Hebdige focused on Punk as a mainly working class movement but many... Read More about Resuscitating the subcultural corpse: A reflection on subculture as lived experience and the importance of class and ethnicity!.

The potential role of recovery capital in stopping sexual offending: Lessons from circles of support and accountability to enrich practice (2020)
Journal Article
Mccartan, K., & Kemshall, H. (in press). The potential role of recovery capital in stopping sexual offending: Lessons from circles of support and accountability to enrich practice. Irish Probation Journal, 20,

The rehabilitation and reintegration of people who have committed sexual offences presents significant challenges. Current research and practice on desistance from offending behaviour discusses a harm reduction journey that is more multifaceted than... Read More about The potential role of recovery capital in stopping sexual offending: Lessons from circles of support and accountability to enrich practice.

Community dynamic risk management of persons who have sexually offended (2020)
Book Chapter
Wilson, R. J., Sandler, J. C., & McCartan, K. (2020). Community dynamic risk management of persons who have sexually offended. In J. Proulx, F. Cortoni, L. A. Craig, & E. J. Letourneau (Eds.), The Wiley Handbook on What Works with Sexual Offenders: Contemporary Perspectives in Theory, Assessment, Treatment and Prevention (247-263). Wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119439325.ch14

This chapter focuses on the dynamic risk management of individuals convicted of sexual offenses. We will begin by reviewing public perceptions of sexual violence, because how citizens feel about their safety often drives political and legislative age... Read More about Community dynamic risk management of persons who have sexually offended.

Renters Rising! Extending the analysis of housing activism in Europe to the UK (2020)
Journal Article
Mathers, A. (in press). Renters Rising! Extending the analysis of housing activism in Europe to the UK. Araucaria,

The material effects of austerity in the United Kingdom (UK) have generated a resurgence of activist initiatives in the field of housing central to which is ACORN that has developed into a federated organisation contesting housing practices and polic... Read More about Renters Rising! Extending the analysis of housing activism in Europe to the UK.

Trauma-informed practice (2020)
Report
McCartan, K. F. (2020). Trauma-informed practice. Website: HM Inspectorate of Probation

Professionals’ understandings of and attitudes to the prevention of sexual abuse: An international exploratory study (2020)
Journal Article
McCartan, K., Uzieblo, K., & Smid, W. J. (2020). Professionals’ understandings of and attitudes to the prevention of sexual abuse: An international exploratory study. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, https://doi.org/10.1177/0306624x20919706

Sexual abuse is a global issue and, therefore, responding to and preventing sexual abuse are global challenges. Although we have examples of and evidence for sexual abuse prevention initiatives internationally, these tend to come from a small, select... Read More about Professionals’ understandings of and attitudes to the prevention of sexual abuse: An international exploratory study.

Art-science collaboration in an EPSRC/BBSRC-funded synthetic biology UK research centre (2020)
Journal Article
Reinsborough, M. (2020). Art-science collaboration in an EPSRC/BBSRC-funded synthetic biology UK research centre. NanoEthics, 14(1), 93-111. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11569-020-00367-3

Here I examine the potential for art-science collaborations to be the basis for deliberative discussions on research agendas and direction. Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) has become a science policy goal in synthetic biology and several ot... Read More about Art-science collaboration in an EPSRC/BBSRC-funded synthetic biology UK research centre.

Mayoral governance in Bristol: Has it made a difference? (2020)
Report
Sweeting, D., Hambleton, R., & Oliver, T. (2020). Mayoral governance in Bristol: Has it made a difference?. Bristol: PolicyBristol

This research report on the impact of mayoral governance in Bristol analyses the strengths and weaknesses of the mayoral model. Researchers at the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England, Bristol have gathered data over an ei... Read More about Mayoral governance in Bristol: Has it made a difference?.

Preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement in the European Union (2020)
Book Chapter
Kaunert, C., Leonard, S., & Ikrom, Y. (2020). Preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement in the European Union. In S. Hansen, & S. Lid (Eds.), In Routledge Handbook of Deradicalisation and DisengagementLondon: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

This chapter examines the EU’s efforts to tackle radicalisation. The specific formulation of its title (i.e. ‘preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement’) reflects the EU’s emphasis on preventing radicalisation. Most of the radicalisation-... Read More about Preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement in the European Union.



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