Gareth Terry
Gareth Terry
Centre for Person Centred Research - AUT University
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Thematic analysis
V Braun, V Clarke, G Terry
Qualitative Research in Clinical and Health Psychology, 95-113, 2014
Thematic Analysis
V Braun, V Clarke, N Hayfield, G Terry
Handbook of Research Methods in Health Social Sciences, 2018
The SAGE handbook of qualitative research in psychology
C Willig, WS Rogers
Sage, 2017
Thematic analysis
G Terry, N Hayfield, V Clarke, V Braun
The SAGE handbook of qualitative research in psychology 2, 17-37, 2017
It's kind of me taking responsibility for these things’: Men, vasectomy and ‘contraceptive economies
G Terry, V Braun
Feminism & Psychology 21 (4), 477-495, 2011
Short But Often Sweet: The Surprising Potential of Qualitative Survey Methods
G Terry, V Braun
Collecting Qualitative Data: A Practical Guide to Textual, Media and Virtual†…, 2017
Qualitative research in clinical and health psychology
V Braun, V Clarke, G Terry, P Rohleder, A Lyons
London, England: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
To let hair be, or to not let hair be? Gender and body hair removal practices in Aotearoa/New Zealand
G Terry, V Braun
Body image 10 (4), 599–606, 2013
Are Male Role Models Really the Solution? Interrogating the ‘War on Boys’ Through the Lens of the ‘Male Role Model’ Discourse
A Tarrant, G Terry, M Ward, S Ruxton, M Robb, B Featherstone
Boyhood Studies: An Interdiciplinary Journal 8 (1), 2015
‘When I was a bastard’: Constructions of maturity in men's accounts of masculinity
G Terry, V Braun
Journal of Gender Studies 18 (2), 165-178, 2009
Sticking My Finger up at Evolution: Unconventionality, Selfishness, and Choice in the Talk of Men Who have had ‘‘Preemptive’’Vasectomies
G Terry, V Braun
Men and Masculinities, 2011
‘Risk’and sexual coercion among gay and bisexual men in Aotearoa/New Zealand–key informant accounts
V Braun, G Terry, N Gavey, J Fenaughty
Culture, Health & Sexuality 11 (2), 111-124, 2009
“I think gorilla-like back effusions of hair are rather a turn-off”: ‘Excessive hair’ and male body hair (removal) discourse
G Terry, V Braun
Body Image 17, 14-24, 2016
Doing Thematic Analysis
G Terry
Analysing Qualitative Data in Psychology, Second Edition, 104-118, 2016
‘I’m committed to her and the family’: positive accounts of vasectomy among New Zealand men
G Terry, V Braun
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 29 (3), 276-291, 2011
“You’re in that realm of unpredictability”: Mateship, loyalty and men challenging men who use domestic violence against women
A Towns, G Terry
Violence against women 20 (8), 1012-1036,, 2014
“I’m putting a lid on that desire”: celibacy, choice and control
G Terry
Sexualities 15 (7), 871-889, 2012
The micro-politics of caring: Tinkering with person-centered rehabilitation
BE Gibson, G Terry, J Setchell, FAS Bright, C Cummins, NM Kayes
Disability and rehabilitation 42 (11), 1529-1538, 2020
Doing gender locally: The importance of ‘place’in understanding marginalised masculinities and young men’s transitions to ‘safe’and successful futures
MRM Ward, A Tarrant, G Terry, B Featherstone, M Robb, S Ruxton
The Sociological Review 65 (4), 797-815, 2017
“We have friends, for example, and he will not get a vasectomy”: Imagining the self in relation to others when talking about sterilisation
G Terry, V Braun
Health Psychology 32 (1), 100-109, 2013
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