SRA members' published research

In 2013 we asked SRA members to let us know about their recently published work, whether in hard copy or online.  The listing is shown below.  It could be a report, an analysis, presentation, briefing document, ‘think piece’ on a website or a blog, journal article, book - anything that is a member's work and may be of interest to social research colleagues.

PUBLICATIONS

New directions in qualitative research ethics (Kara H and Pickering L) 2017

Presenting and representing others: towards an ethics of engagement (Pickering L and Kara H) 2017

Research and Evaluation for Busy Students and Practitioners: A Time-Saving Guide (second edition) (Kara H) 2017

Participants' productive disruption of a community photo-elicitation project: improvised methodologies in practice (Vigurs K and Kara H) 2016

Proving Torture: Demanding the impossible
(Jo Pettitt, Lead Researcher, Freedom from Torture) 2016

Understanding participation and non-participation in sport amongst Black and minority ethnic groups in Wales (Dr Jonathan Long, Leeds Beckett University, et al) 2015

Creative Research Methods in the Social Sciences: A Practical Guide (Kara H) 2015

To what extent can evaluation frameworks help NGOs to address health inequalities caused by social exclusion? (Kara H and Arvidson M - Perspectives in Public Health) 2014

Whiteness, Blackness and Settlement: Leisure and the Integration of New Migrants (Dr Jonathan Long, Leeds Metropolitan University) 2014.

It's hard to tell how research feels: using fiction to enhance academic research and writing (Kara H) 2013

Olympic Legacy Monitoring: Personal Travel Behaviour during the Games (Clare Sheffield and Maeve Clements, TfL) 2013

Fathers' involvement with children  (Svetlana Speight and Eloise Poole, NatCen Social Research, et al) 2013

Fathers and work  (Svetlana Speight and Eloise Poole, NatCen Social Research, et al) 2013

Men and fatherhood: Who are today's fathers?  (Svetlana Speight and Eloise Poole, NatCen Social Research, et al) 2013

Involved by Right: The voice of the child in the child protection conferences  (Helena Jelicic, Jennifer Gibb, Ivana La Valle, NCB) 2013

We would like to make a change - Children and young people’s participation in strategic health decision-making (Rachel Blades, Zoe Renton, Ivana La Valle, NCB) 2013

Exploring patterns of expenditure among older people and what explains these  (Andrea Finney, Personal Finance Research Centre, University of Bristol, et al) May 2013

Older people stay connected...and stay at home  (Sharon Collard, Personal Finance Research Centre, University of Bristol, et al)  May 2013

A first-hand account of analysing second-hand qualitative data  (Sharon Collard, Personal Finance Research Centre, University of Bristol, et al) May 2013

Research and Evaluation for Busy Practitioners: A Time-Saving Guide (Kara H) 2012

Special measures for vulnerable and intimidated witnesses: research exploring the decisions and actions taken by prosecutors in a sample of CPS case files  (Corrine Charles, Crown Prosecution Service) 2012

Include Me In: An Evaluation of the Independent Living Project 2009-2012  (Kim Morral, Qualitas Research Ltd, et al.) 2012