Qualitative Research Methods in Mental
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Qualitative Research Methods in Mental

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ISBN-13:
9780470663738
Einband:
69:B&W 6.69 x 9.61 in or 244 x 170 mm (Pinched Crown) Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
Erscheinungsdatum:
15.07.2011
Seiten:
274
Autor:
Thompson
Gewicht:
638 g
Format:
244x170x19 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book provides a user-friendly introduction to the qualitative methods most commonly used in the mental health and psychotherapy arena.
Chapters are written by leading researchers and the editors are experienced qualitative researchers, clinical trainers, and mental health practitioners
Provides chapter-by-chapter guidance on conducting a qualitative study from across a range of approaches
Offers guidance on how to review and appraise existing qualitative literature, how to choose the most appropriate method, and how to consider ethical issues
Demonstrates how specific methods have been applied to questions in mental health research
Uses examples drawn from recent research, including research with service users, in mental health practice and in psychotherapy
This book demonstrates how qualitative methods can be used to address research issues pertinent to mental health practice and psychotherapy. With contributions from leading researchers, the book examines how to review and appraise existing qualitative literature, how to choose the most appropriate method, and how to approach ethical issues. It provides chapter-by-chapter guidance on how to conduct a qualitative study from across a range of approaches and each chapter demonstrates how the specific method has been applied to address questions in mental health research. This unique book uses examples drawn from recent research in mental health practice and in psychotherapy and examines service user involvement in research and the epistemological assumptions underlying the various methods.
About the Contributors.

Acknowledgements.

PART I Getting Started.

1 Introduction (Andrew R. Thompson and David Harper).

2 Identifying and Synthesizing Qualitative Literature (Rachel L. Shaw).

3 Ethical Issues in Qualitative Mental Health Research (Andrew R. Thompson and Eleni Chambers).

4 Participation and Service User Involvement (Alison Faulkner).

5 Qualitative Data Collection: Asking the Right Questions (Hannah Frith and Kate Gleeson).

6 Qualitative Methods for Studying Psychotherapy Change Processes (Robert Elliott).

7 Choosing a Qualitative Research Method (David Harper).

PART II Methods.

8 Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis in Mental Health and Psychotherapy Research (Michael Larkin and Andrew R. Thompson).

9 Existentialist-Informed Hermeneutic Phenomenology (Carla Willig and Abigail Billin).

10 Grounded Theory Methods for Mental Health Practitioners (Alison Tweed and Kathy Charmaz).

11 Discourse Analysis (Eugenie Georgaca and Evrinomy Avdi).

12 Narrative Psychology (Michael Murray and Sally Sargeant).

13 Ethnomethodology/Conversation Analysis (Mark Rapley).

14 Q Methodological Research in Mental Health and Psychotherapy (Wendy Stainton Rogers and Phillip O. Dyson).

15 Thematic Analysis (Helene Joffe).

PART III Establishing Good Quality Qualitative Research in Mental Health.

16 In Pursuit of Quality (Liz Spencer and Jane Ritchie).

17 Emerging Issues and Future Directions (David Harper and Andrew R. Thompson).

Index.
This book provides a user-friendly introduction to the qualitative methods most commonly used in the mental health and psychotherapy arena.
Chapters are written by leading researchers and the editors are experienced qualitative researchers, clinical trainers, and mental health practitioners
Provides chapter-by-chapter guidance on conducting a qualitative study from across a range of approaches
Offers guidance on how to review and appraise existing qualitative literature, how to choose the most appropriate method, and how to consider ethical issues
Demonstrates how specific methods have been applied to questions in mental health research
Uses examples drawn from recent research, including research with service users, in mental health practice and in psychotherapy