Critical Methods Society
3rd Annual Qualitative Methods Conference
Edited by Martin Terre Blanche
"Touch me I'm sick"
Brynn Binnell (University of the Witwatersrand) [email protected]
We would like to thank the following for financial and logistical support:
Department of Psychology University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg
Opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of the organisers or supporting institutions.
Crash test dummies
Towards the next South African qualitative methods conference: Histories of the Present
SECTION 1: GENDER, SEXUALITY AND REPRESENTATION
The Politics of Lesbian Pornography
'Of pansies, perverts, and macho men': Researching homosexuality through a discursive lens
Cybersex: No mess, No Fuss? The search for the virtual orgasm
SECTION 2: DISCOURSES OF CULTURE
How to beach without bumming: The function of 'crowd' as a racist narrative
The Return of the River Monster?
SECTION 3: POWER AND KNOWLEDGE IN EDUCATION
Images of deviance and control on campus
Hear me, I'm sick: I suffer from Breathe-Philosophy-Into-Psychology Disorder
Dialogue between aliens
SECTION 4: GENDERED MEDICINE
Witches and women in medicine
Using Qualitative Methods to Develop and Evaluate a Health Promotion Strategy: Asian and Chinese Women's Health Project In Glasgow
SECTION 5: THE POLITICS OF THERAPY
Touch me I'm sick - Listen and I'll heal
Politicising the Therapeutic Relationship: Same-Sex Desire and its Contested Truths
Deconstructing the art of mindscapes: Implications for therapy
The politics of psychotherapy: An historical surface of emergence.
SECTION 6: CONSTRUCTING THE SELF
The line in the sand has blown away
Between surveillance and spectacle: The narrative construction of the self in the light of a revised panopticon