Issue 2

Special Issue: Qualitative Methods and Systemic Research

Guest Editor: Claire Glasscoe
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Discursive Analysis: A Research Approach For Studying The Moment-To-Moment Construction Of Meaning In Systemic Practice Jerry Gale 176-207 Abstract English 
Editorial Claire Glasscoe 171-175 Editorial English 
Qualitative research and systemic ideas- Commentary On Qualitative Methods And Systemic Research Peter Stratton 299-303 Abstract English 
How Can This Person Get Me So Wrong?”: A Qualitative Study Examining The Self Of The Systemic Training Supervisor Robert McCandless and Virginia Eatough 208-236 Abstract English 
Relationships Between Healthcare Staff And Families In A Paediatric Hospital: A Grounded Theory Study Gwynneth Down 237-269 Abstract English 
Speaking Of Autism In Sessions Of Couple Therapy Lieven Migerode, Liesbeth Vander Elst, and Peter Rober 270-286 Abstract English 
Dialogues in Systemic Research - Commentary On Qualitative Methods And Systemic Research Charlotte Burck & Bernadette Wren 285-290 Abstract English 
Constructivism and constructionism both, in relation to qualitative research - Commentary On Qualitative Methods And Systemic Research Rudi Dallos 291-292 Abstract English 
Strengthening The Position Of Family Therapy And Systemic Practice Through Methodology - Commentary On Qualitative Methods And Systemic Research Liz Forbat 293-294 Abstract English 
Can Psychotherapy Research be Systemic? - Commentary On Qualitative Methods And Systemic Research Sim Roy-Chowdhury 295-298 Abstract English 
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