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Contents Part 1: Theoretical and historiographical foundations Chapter 1: Introduction 1 Zazie Todd, Brigitte Nerlich and Suzanne McKeown Chapter 2: Coming full (hermeneutic) circle: The controversy about psychological methods 23 Brigitte Nerlich Chapter 3: Reinventing validity: Reflections on principles and practices from beyond the quality-quantity debate 56 Karen Henwood Part 2: Mixing It Up Chapter 4: Discursive analysis and the interpretation of statistics 90 Rom Harré and David Crystal Chapter 5: 'Structured judgement methods' - the best of both worlds? 125 David D. Clarke Chapter 6: Q methodology and qualiquantology: The example of discriminating between emotions 160 Paul Stenner and Rex Stainton Rogers Part 3: Examples of Mixed Method Research Chapter 7: Valuing the 'value' of life: A case of constructed preference? 192 Susan Chilton, Judith Covey, Lorraine Hopkins, Michael Jones-Lee, Graham Loomes, Nick Pidgeon, Angela Robinson and Anne Spencer Chapter 8: Method and Methodology in Interpretive Studies of Cognitive Life 229 Katie Vann and Michael Cole Chapter 9: Integrating survey and focus group research: A case study of attitudes of English and German language learners 265 Zazie Todd and Margarita Lobeck Part 4: Mixed Methods Within the Discipline Chapter 10: Educational Psychology or Difficult Pupil Behaviour: Qualitative, Quantitative or Mixed Methods? 290 Andy Miller Chapter 11: Taking quality seriously: The case for qualitative feminist psychology in the context of quantitative clinical research on postnatal depression 312 Paula Nicolson Chapter 12: Future Directions 350 Zazie Todd and Brigitte Nerlich
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Psychology Research Methodology