Qualitative Presentations

Click on the links below to see examples of qualitative research posters and Microsoft PowerPoint® slides to accompany oral presentations which are available for use in learning about qualitative research (the presentation authors have given their permission for use in teaching, but retain copyright).

See: Rance, N.M., Moller, N.P. & Douglas, B.A. (2001) Eating disorder counsellors with eating disorder histories: A story of being ‘normal’. Eating Disorders, 18(5), 377-92.

See: Terry, G., Braun, V & Farvid, P. (2012). “I just think for many people they don’t talk about sex” – sexual health in the New Zealand context as a structural issue. Sexuality Research & Social Policy, 9, 317-326.

See: Farvid, P. (2010). The Benefits of Ambiguity: Methodological Insights from Researching ‘Heterosexual Casual Sex’. Feminism & Psychology, 20(2), 232-237.

See: Hayfield, N. & Clarke, V. (2012) “I’d be just as happy with a cup of tea”: Women’s accounts of sex and affection in long-term heterosexual relationships. Women’s Studies International Forum, 35, 67-74.

See: Braun, V., Tricklebank, G. & Clarke, V. (manuscript in press) “It Shouldn’t Stick Out from your Bikini at the Beach”: Meaning, Gender, and the Hairy/Hairless Body. Psychology of Women Quarterly. *Available once published*

See: Braun, V. (2008). ''She'll be right''? National identity explanations for poor sexual health statistics in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Social Science and Medicine, 67(11), 1817-1825.

See: Clarke, V. & Spence, K. (2013) ‘I am who I am’: Navigating norms and the importance of authenticity in lesbian and bisexual women’s accounts of their appearance practices. Psychology & Sexuality, 4(1), 25-33.

Authors:Virginia Braun and Victoria Clarke

Pub Date: March 2013

Pages: 400

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