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Can group work assist independent work?\ud Psychology ‘ReGrouPs’ \ud

By S. Hugh-Jones and A. Madill


[First Paragraph] The rapidly developing interest in qualitative methods in psychology (defined as interpretative studies of specific issues or problems in which the researcher is central to the sense that is made – Elliott, Fischer, & Rennie, 1999) is currently being paralleled by students’ use of qualitative methods in final year research projects, which is itself a piece of independent research required for programme accreditation by the British Psychological Society. Whilst most students produce qualitative projects of a good standard, there is evidence that both students and supervisors of such research experience demands specific to this methodology.\ud \u

Publisher: University of Leeds
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.whiterose.ac.uk:1499

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