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    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Irmgard Tischner, N. Moller

    Young people’s perceptions of fat counsellors: “How can THAT help me?”

    Qualitative Research in Psychology, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 34-53

    2019

    DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2018.153638

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    Being fat is widely recognised as a stigmatised identity which disproportionately impacts women, both personally and professionally. Women are numerically dominant as therapy practitioners, and we use this group to explore the ways a “fat counsellor” is imagined in the context of counselling. A qualitative story completion task, about a woman starting therapy, was presented to 203 British young people ages 15–24. Participants were 75% female, 88% white, 93% heterosexual, and 98% able-bodied. The story stem did not specify the sex of the counsellor, who was identified as fat; the vast majority of stories assumed the counsellor was female. Overall, fatness was perceived as negatively affecting therapy and the counsellor’s professional credibility because fatness was equated with a lack of psychological health, which rendered fat counsellors professionally “unfit.” This finding extends the literature on “weight bias” in professional settings and has implications for counsellors of all body sizes.

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    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    V. Clarke, Irmgard Tischner, N. Hayfield, V. Braun, N. Moller

    Qualitative story completion: A method with exciting promise

    Innovative Research Methods in Health Social Sciences, Singapore

    2018

    ISBN: 9789811042935

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    V. Clarke, Irmgard Tischner, N. Hayfield, N. Moller, The Story Completion Research Group

    Once upon a time...: Qualitative story completion methods

    Collecting qualitative data. A practical guide to textual, media and virtual techniques, Cambridge, United Kingdom; New York, NY

    2017

    ISBN: 9781107054974

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    This chapter introduces the story completion (SC) method of collecting qualitative data, a novel technique that offers intriguing potential to the qualitative researcher. Since the method is new to qualitative research, it has fewer published research studies than some of the other methods covered in this book. For this reason, the chapter aims not only to provide a description of the method and recommendations for how best to use it, but also to explore some of the unresolved theoretical and practical questions about SC. These questions have been identified by the chapter authors, who comprise the Story Completion Research Group. We are a group of researchers who have come together to share our experience of using and further developing the method (see Box 3.1). Our view is that SC has the potential to ‘reach the parts that other methods cannot reach’ (Pope & Mays, 1995); it therefore has advantages over and above being enticingly resource-lite in terms of data collection, although that in itself is a sizeable benefit.

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    Vortrag

    Irmgard Tischner, A. Vossler, N. Moller

    Using Story Completion Tasks to explore perceptions about mental health in a work context

    25th Annual Research Conference of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), Belfast, Northern Ireland