Abigail Locke
Social Psychology
SD Brown, A Locke
Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Psychology, 2008
Trying similarity, doing difference: the role of interviewer self-disclosure in interview talk with young people
J Abell, A Locke, S Condor, S Gibson, C Stevenson
Qualitative Research 6 (2), 221-244, 2006
Bill and Monica: Memory, emotion and normativity in Clinton's Grand Jury testimony
A Locke, D Edwards
British Journal of Social Psychology 42 (2), 239-256, 2003
Social networking technology: Place and identity in mediated communities
L Goodings, A Locke, SD Brown
Journal of community & applied social psychology 17 (6), 463-476, 2007
Psychosocial interventions for pregnant women in outpatient illicit drug treatment programs compared to other interventions
M Terplan, S Ramanadhan, A Locke, N Longinaker, S Lui
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2015
Accounting for success and failure: A discursive psychological approach to sport talk
A Locke
Quest 56 (3), 302-320, 2004
Managing agency for athletic performance: a discursive approach to the zone
A Locke
Qualitative research in psychology 5 (2), 103-126, 2008
“Risky Business” Constructing the “choice” to “delay” motherhood in the British press
K Budds, A Locke, V Burr
Feminist Media Studies 13 (1), 132-147, 2013
" If I'm not worried, I'm nervous, does that make sense?" The use of emotion concepts by athletes in accounts of performance
A Locke
Forum: qualitative social research/Forum qualitative sozialforschung 4 (1), 2003
Natural versus Taught' Competing Discourses in Antenatal Breastfeeding Workshops
A Locke
Journal of Health Psychology 14 (3), 435-446, 2009
Constructing crime, enacting morality: emotion, crime and anti-social behaviour in an inner-city community
J Cromby, SD Brown, H Gross, A Locke, AE Patterson
The British Journal of Criminology 50 (5), 873-895, 2010
‘We thought if it’s going to take two years then we need to start that now’: Age, infertility risk and the timing of pregnancy in older first-time mothers
A Locke, K Budds
Health, risk & society 15 (6-7), 525-542, 2013
‘It all boils down to respect doesn't it?’: Enacting a sense of community in a deprived inner‐city area
A Patterson, J Cromby, SD Brown, H Gross, A Locke
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 21 (4), 342-357, 2011
Learning with Mobile Technologies, Handheld Devices, and Smart Phones: Innovative Methods: Innovative Methods
IGI Global, 2012
‘Am I doing enough to help them?’Learners, care work and well‐being: Further Education trainee teachers
J Avis, C Wright, P Fisher, S Swindell, A Locke
Research in Post‐Compulsory Education 16 (1), 47-58, 2011
Understanding process and context in breastfeeding support interventions: The potential of qualitative research
D Leeming, J Marshall, A Locke
Maternal & child nutrition 13 (4), e12407, 2017
“For some people it isn’ta choice, it’s just how it happens”: Accounts of “delayed” motherhood among middle-class women in the UK
K Budds, A Locke, V Burr
Feminism & Psychology 26 (2), 170-187, 2016
Gendered emotion: personal, cultural or discursive?
A Locke
Feminism & Psychology 12 (1), 97-104, 2002
Communicating choice: an exploration of mothers’ experiences of birth
JL Hallam, CD Howard, A Locke, M Thomas
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 34 (2), 175-184, 2016
Agency,‘good motherhood’and ‘a load of mush’: Constructions of baby-led weaning in the press
A Locke
Women's Studies International Forum 53, 139-146, 2015
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