Qualitative research methods in mental health : innovative and collaborative approaches /

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Imprint:Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2021.
Description:1 online resource
Language:English
Subject:Psychiatry -- Research.
Qualitative research.
Psychiatry -- Research.
Qualitative research.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12600403
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Other authors / contributors:Borcsa, Maria.
Willig, Carla, 1964-
ISBN:9783030653316
3030653315
3030653307
9783030653309
Notes:Includes index.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed July 20, 2021).
Summary:This book examines innovative approaches to the use of qualitative methods in mental health research. It describes the development and use of methods of data collection and analysis designed. These methods address contemporary and interdisciplinary research questions, such as how to access the voices of vulnerable populations, understand the relationship between experience and discourse, and identify processes and patterns that characterize institutional practices. The book offers insight into projects that reflect various cultural contexts and geographical locations as well as involve diverse research teams, ranging in their methodology from individual case studies to community-based interventions.
Other form:Print version: 3030653307 9783030653309
Standard no.:10.1007/978-3-030-65331-6
Table of Contents:
  • Intro
  • Foreword
  • Contents
  • Editors and Contributors
  • 1 Introduction: Qualitative Research in Mental Health-Innovation and Collaboration
  • Introduction
  • The Tradition of Qualitative Research in Mental Health (QRMH) Conferences
  • The Transdisciplinary Field of Mental Health
  • Mental Health as a Global Challenge
  • Giving Voice-The Inside and Outside
  • Power Issues and Ethical Considerations
  • Accumulating Knowledge
  • Understanding Systems on Different Levels and Feeding Knowledge Back
  • The Book Structure
  • References
  • Part I Illustrating Innovation in Qualitative Mental Health Research
  • 2 Psychiatrists' Perceptions of Schizophrenia and Its Recovery: A Thematic Analysis
  • Introduction
  • The Complexity Involved in Capturing Schizophrenia
  • Competing Viewpoints on the Recovery of Schizophrenia
  • The Research Questions
  • Methodology
  • Epistemological Orientation
  • The Research Design
  • Thematic Analysis
  • Findings and Discussion
  • Perceptions of Schizophrenia
  • Perceptions of Recovery
  • Implications for Clinical Practice
  • Limitations of the Study and Recommendations for Future Research
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix
  • Appendix A: Revised Interview Guide
  • References
  • 3 Approaching Psychotherapy Case Studies in a Metasynthesis: Deficit vs. Conflict in Treatment of Medically Unexplained Symptoms
  • Introduction
  • Aggregative vs. Interpretative Approaches in Metasynthesis
  • Choosing the Research Question: Process vs. Effectiveness
  • Incorporating Theory-Building into the Research Question: The Concepts of Deficit and Conflict in Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Medically Unexplained Symptoms
  • Method
  • The Single Case Archive
  • Purposive vs Exhaustive Sampling Strategy
  • Intensity Sampling
  • Maximum Variation Sampling
  • Data Analysis: Critical Realism as Epistemological Position
  • Data Analysis: Case Level as Primary Level of Analysis
  • Creating Process Themes
  • Results
  • Disconfirmatory Findings as Facilitators of Theory-Building: Deficit, Conflict and Trauma
  • Discussion
  • Appendix A: List of Selected Studies with Characteristics of Patients
  • References
  • 4 Walking Interviews: A Novel Way of Ensuring the Voices of Vulnerable Populations Are Included in Research
  • Introduction
  • Transitioning from Hospital to the Community
  • The Walking Interview
  • Go-Along Interview
  • Bimbling Interview
  • Participatory Walking Interview
  • The Advantages of the Walking Interview
  • The Research Project
  • The Walking Interviews in Action
  • Participant A
  • Participant B
  • Participant C
  • Participant D
  • Considerations When Completing Walking Interviews
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • 5 Using Researcher Reflexivity and Multiple Methods to Study the Experience of Cancer-Related Distress
  • Introduction
  • The Experience of Being Positioned Within Dominant Cancer Discourses: An Autoethnographic Exploration
  • Autoethnography