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Chapter 2

Law, A. and McNeish, W. (2007) ‘Contesting the new irrational actor model’, Sociology, 41(3): 439–56

Chapter 4

Crawford, M. J., Rutter, D., Manley, C., Weaver, T., Bhui, K., Fulop, N., and Tyrer, P (2002) ‘Systematic review of involving patients in the planning and development of health care’, British Medical Journal, 325(7375): 1263

Pawson, R., Greenhalgh, T., Harvey, G. and Walshe, K. (2005) ‘Realist review: a new method of systematic review designed for complex policy interventions’, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 10(1): 21–34

Chapter 5

Newton, K. (1969) ‘A critique of the pluralist model’, Acta Sociologica, 12: 209–23

Chapter 6

Hodkinson, P. (2005) ‘Insider Research in the Study of Youth Cultures’, Journal of Youth Studies, 8 (2): 131–49

Chapter 7

Bryman, A. (2006) ‘Integrating quantitative and qualitative research: how is it done?’, Qualitative Research, 6 (1): 97–113

Dicks, B., Soyinka, B. and Coffey, A. (2006) ‘Multimodal ethnography’, Qualitative Research, 6(1): 77–96.

Greene, J., Caracelli, V.J. and Graham, W.F. (1989) ‘Toward a conceptual framework for mixed-method evaluation designs’, Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 11(3): 255–74

Greene, J., Benjamin, L. and Goodyear, L. (2001) ‘The merits of mixing methods in evaluation’, Evaluation, 7(1): 25–44

Johnson, R.B., Onwuegbuzie, A.J. and Turner, L.A. (2007) ‘Toward a definition of mixed methods research’, Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 1(2): 1121–33

Mason, J. (2006) ‘Mixing methods in a qualitatively driven way’, Qualitative Research, 6(1): 92–5

Moran-Ellis, J., Alexander, V.D., Cronin, A., Dickinson, M., Fielding, J., Sleneny, J. and Thomas, H. (2006) ‘Triangulation and integration: processes, claims and implications’, Qualitative Research, 6(1): 455–9

Chapter 8

Todhunter, C. (2001) ‘Undertaking action research: negotiating the road ahead’, Social Research Update, 34. (accessed 10/07/15)

Chapter 9

Farrington, D.P. (1997) ‘Evaluating a community crime prevention program’, Evaluation, 3(2): 157–73

Pawson, R. and Tilley, N. (2004) ‘Realist evaluation’, paper prepared for UK Cabinet Office.(accessed 28/08/15)

Weiss, C.H. (1997) ‘How can theory-based evaluation make greater headway?’, Evaluation Review, 21(4): 501–24

Chapter 11

Carusi, A. and Jirotka, M. (2009) ‘From data archive to ethical labyrinth’, Qualitative Research, 9: 285–98

Snee, H. (2013) ‘Making ethical decisions in an online context: reflections on using blogs to explore narratives of experience’, Methodological Innovations Online, 8(2): 526–7 (accessed 21/08/15)

Chapter 13

Hesse-Biber, S. and Griffin, A.J. (2013) ‘Internet-mediated technologies and mixed methods research: problems and prospects’, Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 7(1): 43–61

van Teijlingen, E. and Hundley, V. (2001) ‘The importance of pilot studies’, Social Research Update, 35. (accessed 28/08/15)

Chapter 15

Franklin, K. and Lowry, C. (2001) ‘Computer-mediated focus group sessions’, Qualitative Research, 1(2): 169–84

Hammersley, M. (2010) ‘Reproducing or constructing? Some questions about transcription in social research’, Qualitative Research, 10(5): 553–69

Harvey, W.S. (2011) ‘Strategies for conducting elite interviews’, Qualitative Research, 11 (4): 431–41

Plesner, U. (2011) ‘Studying sideways: displacing the problem of power in research interviews with sociologists and journalists’, Qualitative Inquiry, 17(6): 471–82

Thuesen, F. (2011) ‘Navigating between dialogue and confrontation’, Qualitative Inquiry, 17(7): 613–22

Chapter 16

Bertrand, J.T., Brown, J.E. and Ward, V.M. (1992) ‘Techniques for analyzing focus group data’, Evaluation Review, 16(2): 198–209

Schneider, S.J., Kerwin, J., Frechtling, J. and Vivari, B.A. (2002) ‘Characteristics of the discussion in online and face-to–face focus groups’, Social Science Computer Review, 20(1): 31–42

Chapter 17

Creese, A., Bhatt, A., Bhojani, N. and Martin, P. (2008) ‘Fieldnotes in team ethnography: researching complementary schools’, Qualitative Research, 8(2): 197–216

Possick, C. (2009) ‘Reflexive positioning in a politically sensitive situation’, Qualitative Inquiry, 15(5): 859–75.

Fielding, N. (2009) ‘Going out on a limb: postmodernism and multiple method research’, Current Sociology, 57(3): 427–47

Chapter 18

Burrell, J. (2009) ‘The field site as a network: a strategy for locating ethnographic research’, Field Methods, 21(2): 181–99

Stewart, K. and Williams, M. (2005) ‘Researching online populations: the use of online focus groups for social research’, Qualitative Research, 5(4): 395–416

Wilkerson, J.M., Iantaffi, A. Grey, J.A, Bockting, W.O. and Rosser, B.R.S. (2014) ‘Recommendations for Internet-based qualitative health research with hard-to-reach populations’. Qualitative Health Research, 24(4): 561–74

Williams, M. (2007) ‘Avatar watching: participant observation in graphical online environments’, Qualitative Research, 7(1): 52–4

Chapter 20

Ministry of Justice (2011) ‘Statistics on race and the criminal justice system 2010’, Ministry of Justice publication under Section 95 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 (accessed 28.08.15)

Chapter 22

Ryan, G.W. and Bernard, H.R. (2003) ‘Techniques to identify themes’, Field Methods, 15(1): 85–109

Chapter 23

Seale, C. (2002) ‘Cancer heroics: a study of news reports with a particular reference to gender’, Sociology, 36(1): 107–26

Thomson, R., Bell, R., Holland, J., Henderson, J., McGrellis, S. and Sharpe, S. (2002) ‘Critical moments: choice, chance and opportunity in young people’s narratives of transition’, Sociology, 36(2): 335–54

Chapter 24

Lamerichs, J. and Molder, H.F.M.T. (2003) ‘Computer-mediated communication: from a cognitive to a discursive  model’, New Media and Society, 5: 451–73

Chapter 25

Chaplin, E. (2005) ‘The photograph in theory’, Sociological Research Online, 10(1): (accessed 19/08/15)

Dicks, B., Soyinka, B. and Coffey, A. (2006) ‘Multimodal ethnography’, Qualitative Research, 6(1): 77–96.

Chapter 26

Howard, P.N. (2002) ‘Network ethnography and the hypermedia organization: new media, new organizations, new methods’, New Media and Society, 4(4): 550–74

Ruppert, E., Law, J. and Savage, M. (2013) ‘Reassembling social science methods: the challenge of digital devices’, Theory, Culture and Society, 30(4): 22–46

Savage, M. and Burrows, R. (2007) ‘The coming crisis of empirical sociology’, Sociology, 41(5): 885–99.

Schneider, S.M. and Foot, K.A. (2004) ‘The web as an object of study’, New Media and Society, 6(1): 114–22.

Zwitter, A. (2014) ‘Big data ethics’, Big Data and Society, 1(2): 1–6

Chapter 27

Babchuk, N. and Booth, A. (1969) ‘Voluntary association membership: a longitudinal analysis’, American Sociological Review, 34(1): 31–45
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Hargens, L.L. (1988) ‘Scholarly consensus and journal rejection rates’, American Sociological Review, 53: 139–51
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McPherson, J.M. and Smith-Lovin, L. (1986) ‘Sex segregation in voluntary associations’, American Sociological Review, 51: 61–79
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