Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Introduction to special section: Using personal documentary sources in psychological research: 1940—1970.

This Special Section of Qualitative Psychology owes its origin to the comments of Fred Wertz in two forums. The three papers in this Special Section seek to expand the historiography of qualitative research methodology for the period of 1940 to 1970. I…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: A tale of two methods: Gustave Gilbert, Stanley Milgram, and the “Mysterious Nazi Mind” (1945—1965).

Stanley’s Milgram’s (1963) research on “Obedience to Authority” is the most famous study in the history of American psychology. Milgram’s extraordinary historical and contemporary celebrity as “the” psychologist of Nazi atrocities stands in contrast to…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Alternative pathways to activism: Intersections of social and personal pasts in the narratives of women’s rights activists.

We examined pathways to activism, focusing on the narratives of women’s rights activists who grew up in different places and times, using interview transcripts from the Global Feminisms Project archive. The findings reveal that experiencing a socially …

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Protest participation and identity-related dilemmas: A qualitative inquiry into the 2013 Gezi Park protests.

The present study is an exploration of marginalized social identities in the context of social movements. Data have been drawn from a larger project on youth political participation in the 2013 Gezi protests in Turkey. The study’s aim was to understand…

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