Essentials of Thematic Analysis

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Gareth Terry,Nikki Hayfield
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Gareth Terry, PhD, is a Senior Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Rehabilitation Studies at the Auckland University of Technology. He has worked as a health researcher for the last 15 years and he is interested in the intersection of gender, bodies, and health. His work is informed by his background in critical health psychology and more recently (post)critical rehabilitation studies, with his current research exploring rehabilitation, disability, and access. Dr. Terry has written a number of chapters related to qualitative methods, with Virginia Braun, Victoria Clarke, and Nikki Hayfield. He also has a growing interest in research that draws on principles and practices of co-design, and its implications for knowledge translation activity. Dr. Terry contributes to a range of projects and provides methodological support to the PCR team. Nikki Hayfield, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology at the University of the West of England. Dr. Hayfield researches bisexualities, pansexualities, asexualities, and LGBTQ /sexualitites more widely. She has published on a range of topics including bisexual identities, marginalization, and relationships. She also has a second strand of research exploring perimenopause and menopause. Dr. Hayfield uses qualitative methods of data collection and analysis, in particular thematic analysis, and she has written about qualitative research methods, including thematic analysis, insider/outsider research, and story completion tasks. Dr. Hayfield is a British Psychological Society (BPS) Chartered Psychologist and is currently the theme lead for the Identities, Subjectivities, and Inequalities theme- part of the Social Science Research Group.

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