Sue Wilkinson
TitleCited byYear
10 Focus Group Research
S Wilkinson, D Silverman
Qualitative research: Theory, method and practice, 177-199, 2004
9072004
Focus groups in feminist research: Power, interaction, and the co-construction of meaning
S Wilkinson
Women's studies international forum 21 (1), 111-125, 1998
6531998
Focus groups
S Wilkinson
Doing social psychology research, 344-376, 2004
5842004
Focus group methodology: a review
S Wilkinson
International journal of social research methodology 1 (3), 181-203, 1998
5111998
Focus groups in health research: Exploring the meanings of health and illness
S Wilkinson
Journal of Health Psychology 3 (3), 329-348, 1998
4601998
Representing the other: A feminism & psychology reader
S Wilkinson, C Kitzinger
Sage, 1996
4281996
Focus groups: A feminist method
S Wilkinson
Psychology of women quarterly 23 (2), 221-244, 1999
3821999
Transitions from heterosexuality to lesbianism: The discursive production of lesbian identities.
C Kitzinger, S Wilkinson
Developmental Psychology 31 (1), 95, 1995
3681995
The role of reflexivity in feminist psychology
S Wilkinson
Women's Studies International Forum 11 (5), 493-502, 1988
3601988
Surprise as an interactional achievement: Reaction tokens in conversation
S Wilkinson, C Kitzinger
Social psychology quarterly 69 (2), 150-182, 2006
3172006
Heterosexuality: A feminism & psychology reader
S Wilkinson, C Kitzinger
Sage, 1993
2951993
Feminism and discourse: Psychological perspectives
CKS Wilkinson
Sage, 1995
2781995
Thinking differently about thinking positive: a discursive approach to cancer patients’ talk
S Wilkinson, C Kitzinger
Social science & medicine 50 (6), 797-811, 2000
2722000
How useful are focus groups in feminist research
S Wilkinson
Developing focus group research: Politics, theory and practice, 64-78, 1999
2421999
Feminist social psychology: Developing theory and practice
S Wilkinson
Open University Press, 1986
2231986
Theorizing representing the other
C Kitzinger, S Wilkinson
Representing the other: A feminism and psychology reader, 1-32, 1996
2151996
Women with breast cancer talking causes: Comparing content, biographical and discursive analyses
S Wilkinson
Feminism & Psychology 10 (4), 431-460, 2000
1852000
An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research
T Greenhalgh, E Annandale, R Ashcroft, J Barlow, N Black, A Bleakley, ...
Bmj 352, i563, 2016
1802016
Socio-cultural representations of the vagina
V Braun, S Wilkinson
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 19 (1), 17-32, 2001
1772001
Attitudes towards lesbians and gay men and support for lesbian and gay human rights among psychology students
SJ Ellis, C Kitzinger, S Wilkinson
Journal of homosexuality 44 (1), 121-138, 2003
1762003
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