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Everyday ethics in community-based participatory research
S Banks, A Armstrong, K Carter, H Graham, P Hayward, A Henry, ...
Knowledge Mobilisation and Social Sciences, 97-111, 2016
4672016
Reusing Qualitative Data
N Moore
sociological research online, 2007
1942007
Visions for a walking and cycling focussed urban transport system
M Tight, P Timms, D Banister, J Bowmaker, J Copas, A Day, D Drinkwater, ...
Journal of Transport Geography 19 (6), 1580-1589, 2011
1622011
The politics and ethics of naming: questioning anonymisation in (archival) research
N Moore
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 15 (4), 331-340, 2012
1512012
The archive project: Archival research in the social sciences
N Moore, A Salter, L Stanley, M Tamboukou
Routledge, 2016
1392016
Participatory research in more-than-human worlds
M Bastian, O Jones, N Moore, E Roe
Taylor & Francis, 2016
1352016
The contexts of context: Broadening perspectives in the (re) use of qualitative data
N Moore
Methodological Innovations Online 1 (2), 21-32, 2006
1352006
Evidence for the effectiveness of Alexander Technique lessons in medical and health‐related conditions: A systematic review
JP Woodman, NR Moore
International journal of clinical practice 66 (1), 98-112, 2012
1172012
Eco/feminism, non-violence and the future of feminism
N Moore
International Feminist Journal of Politics 10 (3), 282-298, 2008
672008
The archive in question
T Geiger, N Moore, M Savage
NCRM, 2010
582010
The changing nature of eco/feminism: telling stories from Clayoquot Sound
N Moore
ubc Press, 2015
492015
Beyond agriculture: The counter-hegemony of community farming
N Ravenscroft, N Moore, E Welch, R Hanney
Agriculture and Human Values 30, 629-639, 2013
452013
Eco/feminism and rewriting the ending of feminism: From the Chipko movement to Clayoquot Sound
N Moore
Feminist Theory 12 (1), 3-21, 2011
392011
Co-designing non-hierarchical community arts research: The collaborative stories spiral
P Gilchrist, C Holmes, A Lee, N Moore, N Ravenscroft
Qualitative Research Journal 15 (4), 459-471, 2015
382015
The rise and rise of ecofeminism as a development fable: A response to Melissa Leach's ‘earth mothers and other ecofeminist fables: How a strategic notion rose and fell’
N Moore
Development and Change 39 (3), 461-475, 2008
382008
Ecofeminism as third wave feminism? Essentialism, activism and the academy
N Moore
Third wave feminism: A critical exploration, 227-239, 2004
322004
New frontiers in QLR: Definition, design and display
R Thomson, L Hadfield, J Holland, K Henwood, N Moore, L Stanley, ...
NCRM, 2014
312014
Eco/feminist genealogies: Renewing promises and new possibilities 1
N Moore
Contemporary perspectives on ecofeminism, 18-37, 2015
262015
Imagining feminist futures: The third wave, postfeminism and eco/feminism
N Moore
Third Wave Feminism: A Critical Exploration, 125-141, 2007
222007
Introduction: Rethinking qualitative and quantitative methods
S Majima, N Moore
Cultural Sociology 3 (2), 203-216, 2009
192009
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