Category Archives: qualitative methods

A plethora of perspectives

It’s been a while (10 months!) since I last posted on this blog. I’ve been studying, and writing a dissertation for, a MSc in Psychology. There were some fascinating potential tangents to explore along the way but it was too … Continue reading

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The end of a conversation?

I’ve had a couple of conversations which went along the lines of “Have you read the REMCARE report? It shows that reminiscence work has negative effects on participants.” It seemed as though these colleagues felt that this was the end … Continue reading

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notes on qualitative methods

Okay, some notes on some methodological reading. I’m a novice in this area (as in so many others!) so I’ve started with some general reading – ‘Qualitative Research in Action’ edited by Tim May. I read the chapters by Smith … Continue reading

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Methodological woes

So… I want to capture the moment when someone holds, and responds to, an object. I want to know what it is in the object that they are responding to. So… how to capture that moment? The obvious answer might … Continue reading

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