Developing a qualitative research culture in university psychology departments

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Frost, N. and Barry, R. 2010. Developing a qualitative research culture in university psychology departments. QMiP Newsletter. 1 (2).
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TitleDeveloping a qualitative research culture in university psychology departments
AuthorsFrost, N. and Barry, R.
Abstract

We are academics in the Department of Psychology, Middlesex University. Nollaig’s research is primarily qualitative and Richard’s primarily quantitative. We form part of a team responsible for developing and delivering Research Methods modules to students at undergraduate and postgraduate level. In this paper, we draw on our experiences and those of colleagues to discuss some challenges (and possible solutions) to changing the research culture in a psychology department.

Research GroupApplied Health Psychology group
Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research group
PublisherThe British Psychological Society
JournalQMiP Newsletter
ISSN1751-2662
Publication dates
Print10 Oct 2010
Publication process dates
Deposited12 Apr 2010
Output statusPublished
Accepted author manuscript
LanguageEnglish
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