Publicaties Van Hollway Wendy

Hollway, W., Lucey, H. and Phoenix, A. (eds) (2007) Social Psychology Matters. Open University Press in conjunction with the Open University. Course text for DD307 Social Psychology module ‘Self and Others’.

Hollway, W. (2006) The Capacity to Care: Gender and Ethical Subjectivity. London: Routledge.

Hollway, W. ed., (2004) ‘Psycho-social methods'. Special issue of the International Journal of Critical Psychology, vol.10.

Hollway, W. and Jefferson, T. (2000) Doing Qualitative Research Differently: Free Association, Narrative and the Interview Method, London, Sage.

Henriques, J., with Hollway, W., Urwin, C., Venn, C. and Walkerdine, V. (1998) Changing the Subject: Psychology, Social Regulation and Subjectivity (2nd edn), London, Routledge.

Hollway, W. and Featherstone, B. (1997) Mothering and Ambivalence, London, Routledge.

Hollway, W. (1989) Subjectivity and Method in Psychology: Gender, Meaning and Science, London, Sage.

Journal articles
Hollway, W. ‘Three Family Figures in 20th century British ‘Psy’ Discourses’. Theory and Psychology, 16 (4). 443-464 (2006)

Hollway, W. Towards a Psycho-Social Account of Self in Family Relationships: the Legacy of 20th Century Discourses. Theory and Psychology, 16 (4) 465-482. (2006).

Hollway, W. and Jefferson, T. ‘Panic and perjury: A psycho-social exploration of agency’. British Journal of Social Psychology, 44, 2 (147-63). 2005 and reply to two commentaries on the above in the same issue: Hollway and Jefferson ‘But why did Vince get sick? A reply to Spears and Wetherell’. pp175-180 (2005)

Hollway, W. Spears, R. and Edwards, D. ‘Psychoanalysis’, part of ‘Three Views on hate’. The Psychologist, 18, 9.. 844-46, (September 2005)

Hollway, W. ‘An appropriate research paradigm for evaluating psychoanalytically - informed practices’. International J. of Infant Observation and its Applications, 7 (2/3) pp.6-42. (2004)

Hollway, W. (2003) Psychoanalytic Methods. Encyclopaedia of Social Science Methods. London : Sage.

Hollway, W. and Jefferson, T. (2003) The Free Association Narrative Interview Method. Encyclopaedia of Social Science Methods. London : Sage.

Hollway, W. and Jefferson, T. (2002) ‘Heterosexual relating, unconscious intersubjectivity and fear of crime'. Journal of Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, vol.7(2), pp.196-201.

Hollway, W. (2001) ‘From motherhood to maternal subjectivity', International Journal of Critical Psychology, vol.2, pp.13-38.

Hollway, W. (2001) ‘The psycho-social subject in “evidence-based practice” ‘, Journal of Social Work Practice vol.15 (1), pp.9-14.

Hollway, W. and Jefferson, T. (2001) ‘Free Association, narrative analysis and the defended subject: the case of Ivy'. Narrative Inquiry, vol.11 (1), pp.103-22.

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