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Publisher: Routledge
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: BF
With the burgeoning use of qualitative methods in health research, criteria for judging their value\ud become increasingly necessary. Interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) is a distinctive\ud approach to conducting qualitative research being used with increasing frequency in published\ud studies. A systematic literature review was undertaken to identify published papers in the area of health psychology employing IPA. A total of 52 articles are reviewed here in terms of the\ud following: methods of data collection, sampling, assessing wider applicability of research and\ud adherence to the theoretical foundations and procedures of IPA. IPA seems applicable and useful\ud in a wide variety of research topics. The lack of attention sometimes afforded to the interpretative\ud facet of the approach is discussed.
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    • *Duncan, B., Hart, G, Scoular, A. and Bigrigg, A. (2001).
    • 24. Jarrett, Payne, Turner and Hillier (1999)
    • 45.Swift, Ashcroft, Tadd, Campbell and Dieppe (2002)
    • 46.Thompson, Kent and Smith (2002)
    • 47.Touroni and Coyle (2002)
    • 48.Turner and Coyle (2000)
    • 49.Turner, Barlow and Ilbery (2002)
    • 50.Walker, Holloway and Sofaer (1999)
    • 51.Warwick, Joseph, Cordle and Ashworth (2004)
    • 52. Wilson, Christie and Woodhouse (2004)
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