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From: Tischler Victoria
Sent: 13 December 2011 10:10
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Subject: second call for papers-QMiP Bulletin special issue




Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin - Special issue: Sport and Performance


The QMiP Bulletin is published on behalf of the British Psychological Society Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section, and welcomes submissions on any aspect of qualitative psychology, including peer-reviewed content.


To mark the 2012 Olympic games in London, Issue 13 of the Bulletin will have a special focus on qualitative research in sport and performance. We would therefore like to invite the submission of articles for peer-review for this edition.


Articles dealing with theoretical, methodological and/or empirical matters are particularly welcomed, as are literature reviews. Articles for peer-review should typically be between 2000 and 4000 words in length, and will be sent for peer-review to at least two expert reviewers. All submissions should be sent in the first instance by e-mail to the editor, Victoria Tischler [log in to unmask] or to Simon Goodman (co-ordinating editor) [log in to unmask] by 1st February 2012.


For further details, please see the information for authors on the website:




Dr Victoria Tischler

Editor- BPS Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin




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