August 2015

Joanna Brooks introduces a range of approaches to phenomenology in qualitative psychology.

The term ‘phenomenology’ is perhaps not well understood by those less involved in qualitative research. It has developed and diversified to encompass a bewildering array of different...

Rachel Shaw and Nollaig Frost argue for pluralism and mixed methods, introducing this month's special feature.

The return to methods focusing on language and experience following the dominance of experimental methods has in the last few decades led to debate, dialogue, and disagreement regarding the...

Anna Madill outlines how qualitative methods in psychology, and the Society’s Section, have blossomed over the years.
With the holiday season in full swing, work and organisational psychologist Jessica de Bloom takes a tour of the world of vacation research.

An article in the New York Times in 1910 asked 'How long should a man’s vacation be?’: businessmen, academics and politicians discussed whether vacations for the working classes were...

Ella Rhodes on recent reports, statements and events.