Methodological pluralism in qualitative research: Reflections on a meta-study

Barnes, Jemima and Caddick, Nick and Clarke, Nicola J. and Cromby, John and McDermott, Hilary and Willis, Martin E.H. and Wiltshire, Gareth (2014) ‘Methodological pluralism in qualitative research: Reflections on a meta-study’, Qualitative Methods in Psychology, 17(Spring).

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Date Deposited: 22 May 2017 09:39
Copyright Information: This is a pre-publication version of the following article: Barnes, J., Caddick, N., Cromby, J., Clarke, N.J., Mcdermott, H., Willis, M.E. and Wiltshire, G., 2014. Methodological pluralism in qualitative research: reflections on a meta-study. British Psychological Society (SW Review), QMiP Bulletin Issue 17, Spring, 2014, 35-41. Special Issue: The place of qualitative methods in mixed methods research.
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Creators: Barnes, Jemima and Caddick, Nick and Clarke, Nicola J. and Cromby, John and McDermott, Hilary and Willis, Martin E.H. and Wiltshire, Gareth
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Publisher: British Psychological Society (South west Review)
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