A blog about the Suicide in/as Politics research project. Funded by the Leverhulme Trust.
Category: <span>Reading about research</span>

The Qualities of Qualitative Suicide Research

As suicide research is dominated by quantitative studies (Hjelmeland and Knizek, 2010; Testoni, Vincenzo and Zamperini, 2021), whenever I come across a new qualitative paper in suicidology, it’s exciting! This is how I first felt when I came across “What Can We Learn From First-Person Narratives?” The Case of Nonfatal …


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