Tina Miller
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Ethics in qualitative research
T Miller, M Birch, M Mauthner, J Jessop
Sage, 2012
Ethics in qualitative research
T Miller, M Birch, M Mauthner, J Jessop
Sage, 2012
How can systematic reviews incorporate qualitative research? A critical perspective
M Dixon-Woods, S Bonas, A Booth, DR Jones, T Miller, AJ Sutton, ...
Qualitative research 6 (1), 27-44, 2006
Making sense of fatherhood
T Miller
Gender, caring and work, 2011
Consenting to what? Issues of access, gate-keeping and ‘informed’consent
T Miller, L Bell
Ethics in qualitative research, 53-69, 2002
Appraising qualitative research for inclusion in systematic reviews: a quantitative and qualitative comparison of three methods
M Dixon-Woods, A Sutton, R Shaw, T Miller, J Smith, B Young, S Bonas, ...
Journal of health services research & policy 12 (1), 42-47, 2007
Inviting intimacy: The interview as therapeutic opportunity
M Birch, T Miller
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 3 (3), 189-202, 2000
Making sense of fatherhood: Gender, caring and work
T Miller
Cambridge University Press, 2010
“Is this what motherhood is all about?” Weaving experiences and discourse through transition to first-time motherhood
T Miller
Gender & Society 21 (3), 337-358, 2007
Finding qualitative research: an evaluation of search strategies
RL Shaw, A Booth, AJ Sutton, T Miller, JA Smith, B Young, DR Jones, ...
BMC medical research methodology 4 (1), 1-5, 2004
Falling back into gender? Men’s narratives and practices around first-time fatherhood
T Miller
Sociology 45 (6), 1094-1109, 2011
Changing constructions of informed consent: Qualitative research and complex social worlds
T Miller, M Boulton
Social science & medicine 65 (11), 2199-2211, 2007
Encouraging participation: Ethics and responsibilities
M Birch, T Miller
Ethics in qualitative research, 91-106, 2002
More than the sum of its parts? Contemporary fatherhood policy, practice and discourse
E Dermott, T Miller
Families, Relationships and Societies 4 (2), 183-195, 2015
Shifting layers of professional, lay and personal narratives: longitudinal childbirth research
T Miller
Feminist dilemmas in qualitative research: Public knowledge and private …, 1998
Losing the plot: Narrative construction and longitudinal childbirth research
T Miller
Qualitative Health Research 10 (3), 309-323, 2000
" It's a triangle that's difficult to square": Men's intentions and practices around caring, work and first-time fatherhood
T Miller
Fathering 8 (3), 362, 2010
Telling the difficult things: Creating spaces for disclosure, rapport and ‘collusion’in qualitative interviews
T Miller
Women's Studies International Forum 61, 81-86, 2017
Mapping men’s anticipations and experiences in the reproductive realm:(in) fertility journeys
L Hinton, T Miller
Reproductive BioMedicine Online 27 (3), 244-252, 2013
Going back:‘Stalking’, talking and researcher responsibilities in qualitative longitudinal research
T Miller
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 18 (3), 293-305, 2015
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