Researching Families and Relationships - Reflections on Process

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Opis

This collection focuses on the real life experiences of conducting emprical research about families and relationships, with an emphasis on the actualities of doing research and the experiences of being a researcher.

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Autor:
Caroline King
Zhong Eric Chen

Dalsza informacja

Adnotacja do ilustracji:
XXIV, 206 p.
Spis treści:
Foreword Editors' Biographies Contributors' Biographies Introduction Framing Relationships and Families; D.Morgan Researching Men's Same-Sex Relationships in a Socially-Excluding Context: The Case of Nigeria; D.Allman Researching Social Attitudes towards Families and Relationships; F.Wasoff When a Family is Not a 'Family': The Value of Confusion in Cross-Cultural Research; I.Naumann Losing (my) Autonomy Under the Ethical Committee's Gaze; S.Wilson Where is the Care? Conceptualising and Researching Families' Responsibilities and Work in a Survey; L.McKie  & A.Smith Engaging with Families and Relationships; K.Tisdall Unfamiliar Places and Other People's Spaces: Reflections on the Practical Challenges of Researching Families in their Homes; A .MacLean Researching Children and Families in Schools; J.Spratt Hanging About and Hanging in There: Dilemmas in Managing Research Relationships with Young People; K.Philip Dad Said 'She Won't Talk' ... but He Does: Messy Realities of Negotiating Access to Children through Parental Gatekeepers; L.Hill See No Evil, Hear No Evil: Do Children In Distress Take Second Place?; S.Nelson In the Field: Research Relationships; A.Bancroft Only Nodding and Smiling: Reflections on Feelings of Complicity in Interviewing; A.Bell 'I Don't Know Where to Put Myself': The Boundaries of Researcher Roles and Responsibilities; G.Highet Performing Secrecy: Maintaining the Hidden Identity of Research Informants in Public; J.Speirs Keeping it in the Family: Conducting Research Interviews with your own Family Members; J.Seymour Is There a Place for Physical Engagement in the Adult Researcher-Child Participant Research Relationship?; S.Milne Time and Place: In and Beyond 'the Field' Stuart; C.Aitken Second best? Raising the Status of Telephone Interviewing in Research; E.Davidson 'I Can't Share That With You Yet': The Line between Protecting Premature Research Findings and being a Cooperative Colleague; G.Nowak Making it Through the Night: The Experience and Impact of doing Research on Night-Time Care; H.Wilkinson The Uncomfortable Context: Reflections on Time and Space when Researching Young People's Experiences of Parental Substance Misuse; K.Houmøller  & S.Bernays Feeling at Home: Researching Children's Experiences of Residential Care; S.Elsley Interpreting and Representing Families and Relationships; L.Jamieson "The Things Children Say": Understanding Children as Narrators of their Lives; A.James The Emotional Impacts of Working with Sensitive Secondary Data; S.Jackson, K.Backett-Milburn  & E.Newell Hearing Men Changed my Mind but it is Still a Feminist Issue!; S.Kelly Using Mixed Methods to Research Families and Relationships; V.May Making Sense of Family Resemblance: The Politics of Visual Perception; K.Davies What Happens Next? Getting Research into Policy and Practice; S.Morton  & S.Nutley Sharing Slippery Knowledge: Handling the Unintended Impact of Knowledge Exchange; H.Wilkinson The Process of Editing from Academic to 'Real World' Language; J.Flueckiger Dissemination - 'Sounds Painful!': Experiences in a Dedicated Knowledge Exchange Role on a Government Survey; L.Kelly Construing or Misconstruing Families in Research and Media; V.Skafida Communicating Edinburgh City Council's Annual Neighbourhood Survey; D.Porteous Conclusion Pains and Pleasures The Future of Families and Relationships Research References
Redaktor:
Jamieson, L.;Jamieson
Simpson, R.;Simpson
Lewis, R.;Lewis
Nośnik:
Twarda oprawa
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan UK
Biografie:
STUART C. AITKEN Professor and Chair of Geography at San Diego State University, and Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of Young People and Space (ISYS), USA
DAN ALLMAN Senior Scientist at the HIV Social, Behavioural and Epidemiological Studies Unit, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
KATHRYN BACKETT-MILBURN Professor of the Sociology of Families and Health at the Centre for Population Health Sciences and Associate Director of the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (CRFR), University of Edinburgh, UK
ANGUS BANCROFT Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Edinburgh, UK
ANDREW BELL Ph.D. Student at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships at the University of Edinburgh, UK
SARAH BERNAYS Research Fellow at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, UK
EMMA DAVIDSON Doctoral Student at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships at the University of Edinburgh, UK
KATHERINE DAVIES Research Associate in Realities (part of the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods), based in the Morgan Centre for the Study of Relationships and Personal Life at the University of Manchester, UK
SUSAN ELSLEY Part-time Senior Research Fellow at CRFR at the University of Edinburgh, UK
JENNIFER FLUECKIGER Communications and Knowledge Exchange Coordinator at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, UK
GILL HIGHET Research Fellow at the NCRI Lung Cancer Supportive & Palliative Care Research, UK
LOUISE HILL Research Fellow at the Centre for Learning in Child Protection, University of Edinburgh and NSPCC, UK
KATHRIN HOUMØLLER Ph.D. Fellow at the Section for Anthropology and Ethnography at Aarhus University, Denmark
SHARON JACKSON Lecturer and Principal Researcher in Childhood within the School of Education, Community Education and Social Work at the University of Dundee, UK
ALLISON JAMES Professor of Sociology at the University of Sheffield, UK, and Professor at the Norwegian Centre for Childhood Research, Norway
LESLEY KELLY Dissemination Officer for the Growing Up in Scotland Study (GUS), based within the Knowledge Exchange team at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (CRFR) at the University of Edinburgh, UK
ALICE MACLEAN Research Fellow at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, UK
VANESSA MAY Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Manchester and a member of the Morgan Centre for the Study of Relationships and Personal Life, UK
LINDA MCKIE Professor of Sociology at the Glasgow Caledonian University and Associate Director at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, UK
SUE MILNE Research Fellow at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, UK
DAVID MORGAN Formerly taught Sociology at Manchester University, UK, for over 35 years and has also been a Visiting Professor at the Norwegian Technological University, Trondheim, Norway, and Keele University, UK
SARAH MORTON Co-Director (Communication and Knowledge Exchange) of the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, UK
INGELA K. NAUMANN Lecturer in Social Policy at the University of Edinburgh, UK
ELINOR NEWALL Former Research Associate with the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships at the University of Edinburgh, UK
SARAH NELSON Research Associate at CRFR, University of Edinburgh, UK
GINA NOWAK Works for YouthLink Scotland, UK, as the National Coordinator for 'No Knives, Better Lives' (NKBL)
SANDRA NUTLEY Professor of Public Management at the University of Edinburgh Business School, UK
KATE PHILIP Honorary Research Fellow in the School of Education at the University of Aberdeen, UK
DAVID F. PORTEOUS Social and Market Researcher has been commissioning and managing research projects for the City of Edinburgh Council, UK, for the last six years
JULIE SEYMOUR Senior Lecturer in Social Research in the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Hull, UK
ANDREW SMITH Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Employment Relations at Bradford University School of Management and an Associate Researcher at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, UK
VALERIA SKAFIDA Researcher at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, University of Edinburgh, UK.
JENNIFER M. SPEIRS ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships based at the University of Edinburgh, UK
JENNIFER SPRATT Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Aberdeen, and an associate researcher at Edinburgh University's Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, UK
KAY TISDALL Professor of Childhood Policy at the University of Edinburgh, UK
SARAH WILSON Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Stirling, UK
FRAN WASOFF Emeritus Professor and Visiting Professorial Fellow, School of Social and Political Science, and Associate Director, CRFR, Edinburgh University, UK
HEATHER WILKINSON Based at the University of Edinburgh where she is Director of Research and Knowledge Exchange for the School of Health in Social Science and Co-director of the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, UK
Język:
Angielski
Edycja:
2011
Liczba stron:
206

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321,32 zł
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