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This article contributes to a long-overdue discussion about research with adolescents. While young people are now recognised as competent and reliable participants, there are particular difficulties associated with using adolescents as respondents. Furthermore, it is rare for young people's...
While qualitative interviewing methods based on story telling are powerful in eliciting narrations that are structured according to interviewees' relevance systems, topical interviewing can build upon existing knowledge resulting from prior (interpretational) work. The problem-centred interview...
In comparative political research we distinguish between the 'Most Similar Systems Design' (MSSD) and the 'Most Different Systems Design' (MDSD). In the present work, I argue that the applicability of the two research strategies is determined by the features of the research task. Three essential...
This article explores whether it is possible to understand the perspectives of people with whom we find it difficult or impossible to empathise, because their moral and political views are very different to our own. Focusing on our dilemmas in carrying out qualitative research with conservative...
The 'Research Governance Framework for Health and Social Care' has recently been implemented in England and provides a set of standards to be used nationally in the conduct of health and social care research. Explicit and universal standards are to be welcomed in so far as they increase...
This article is prompted by fieldwork undertaken on the 'Muslims in Prison' (MIP) project from July 2001 to July 2002. In addition to a discussion of general methodological considerations for prison research, the article evaluates key challenges and sensitivities encountered during the project....
This article explores the ways in which social researchers manage issues of confidentiality and the contexts in which deliberate and accidental disclosures occur. The data are drawn from a qualitative study of social researchers' practices in relation to informed consent. It comprised 31...
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