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Dr Rose Capdevila is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology. Her research focuses on the construction and transgression of discursive boundaries around identity - in particular political and gender identities. She is also interested in the role and politics of methodology in psychology.
Rose Capdevila, Katherine Hubbard and Lois Donnelly (2019-05) Standing still whilst ‘looking back and moving forwards’: the personal accounts of POWS members in the here and now, In Psychology of Women & Equalities Section Review 1(2)
Lisa Lazard et al. (2019) Sharenting: Pride, affect and the day to day politics of digital mothering, In Social and Personality Psychology Compass 4(13)
Professor Paul Stenner and Rose Capdevila (2019) Q methodology, (In Press) Sage
Rose Capdevila and Jean Marie McAvoy (2016-04-21) Psychological Theory, Research, Methodology, and Feminist Critiques, John Wiley & Sons
Lisa Lazard, Jean Marie McAvoy and Rose Capdevila (2016-04-21) Postmodern feminist psychology, Wiley Blackwell
Lisa Lazard, Jean Marie McAvoy and Rose Capdevila (2016-04-01) Postmodern Feminist Approaches to Psychology, Wiley-Blackwell
Rose Capdevila and Lisa Lazard (2015-04-26) Psychology of women: questions of politics and practice, Routledge
Rose Capdevila (2015-01) Negotiating health, mothering and ‘choice’, In Psicologia della Salute 1/2015
Sandra Roper et al. (2015) How is this feminist again? Q as a feminist methodology, In Psychology of Women Section Review(17)
Sally Johnson and Rose Capdevila (2014-03-07) That’s just what’s expected of you … so you do it’: Mothers discussions around choice and the MMR vaccination, In Psychology & Health 8(29)