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Dr Stephanie Taylor
Dr Stephanie Taylor is a senior lecturer in psychology, with The Open University Arts and Social Sciences faculty (FASS). She has contributed to both psychology and social sciences modules (including Social psychology: critical perspectives on self and others; Introducing the social sciences; Discourse analysis; Ethnography and Introduction to quantitative and qualitative research methods).
In her research she uses qualitative methods to investigate identity, including narratives of identity and place, and creative identities.
Stephanie Joyce Ann Taylor (2019) Discourse research, Sage
Stephanie Joyce Ann Taylor and Marie Paludan (2019) Transcending utility? The gendered conflicts of a contemporary creative identification, In Feminism & Psychology
Stephanie Joyce Ann Taylor and Susan Luckman (2018) Collection introduction: The new normal of working lives, Palgrave Macmillan
Stephanie Joyce Ann Taylor (2018) Beyond Work? New expectations and aspirations, Palgrave Macmillan
Stephanie Joyce Ann Taylor and Susan Luckman (editors) (2018) The New Normal of Working Lives: Critical Studies in Contemporary Work and Employment, Palgrave Macmillan
Stephanie Joyce Ann Taylor (2017-04-12) Psychosocial Research, Palgrave Macmillan UK
Professor John Dixon and Stephanie Joyce Ann Taylor (2016) Fact and evaluation in racist discourse revisited, Routledge
Bridget Conor, Rosalind Gill and Stephanie Joyce Ann Taylor (2015-06) Gender and Creative Labour, Wiley
Bridget Conor, Rosalind Gill and Stephanie Joyce Ann Taylor (2015-05-26) Gender and Creative Labour: Introduction Vol. 63 S1, Wiley
Stephanie Joyce Ann Taylor (2015-05-26) A new mystique? Working for yourself in the neoliberal economy, In The Sociological Review Vol. 63 S1, Wiley