Dr Natasha Whiteman


2020

Diagramming the Social: Relational Method in Research
Dudley-Smith, R. and Whiteman, N. 2020. Diagramming the Social: Relational Method in Research. Routledge.

2012

Undoing Ethics: Rethinking Practice in Online Research
Whiteman, N. 2012. Undoing Ethics: Rethinking Practice in Online Research. New York Springer.

2020

Authority and ethics: A case for estrangement in educational research and research education
Whiteman, Natasha and Dowling, Paul 2020. Authority and ethics: A case for estrangement in educational research and research education. British Educational Research Journal. 46 (4), p. 770–785. https://doi.org/10.1002/berj.3639

2020

Epistemological breaks in the methodology of social research: rupture and the artifice of technique
Whiteman, Natasha and Dudley-Smith, Russell 2020. Epistemological breaks in the methodology of social research: rupture and the artifice of technique. Forum: Qualitative Social Research. 21 (2). https://doi.org/10.17169/fqs-21.2.3349

2018

Accounting for ethics: towards a de-humanised comparative approach
Whiteman, Natasha 2018. Accounting for ethics: towards a de-humanised comparative approach. Qualitative Research. 18 (4), pp. 383-509. https://doi.org/10.1177/1468794117724499

2018

Potential of social media in promoting mental health in adolescents
Whiteman, Natasha, O'Reilly, Michelle, Dogra, Nisha, Hughes, Jason, Reilly, Paul and George, Riya 2018. Potential of social media in promoting mental health in adolescents. Health Promotion International. 34 (5), p. 981–991. https://doi.org/10.1093/heapro/day056

2018

Is social media bad for mental health and wellbeing? Exploring the perspectives of adolescents
Whiteman, Natasha, O'Reilly, Michelle, Dogra, Nisha, Hughes, Jason, Eruyar, Seyda and Reilly, Paul 2018. Is social media bad for mental health and wellbeing? Exploring the perspectives of adolescents. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 23 (4), pp. 503-662. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359104518775

2018

Whose responsibility is adolescent mental health in the UK? The perspectives of key stakeholders
Whiteman, Natasha, O'Reilly, Michelle, Adams, Sarah, Hughes, Jason, Reilly, Paul and Dogra, Nisha 2018. Whose responsibility is adolescent mental health in the UK? The perspectives of key stakeholders. School Mental Health. 10, p. 450–461. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12310-018-9263-6

2016

Unsettling Relations: Disrupting the Ethical Subject in Fan Studies Research
Whiteman, Natasha 2016. Unsettling Relations: Disrupting the Ethical Subject in Fan Studies Research. The Journal of Fandom Studies. 4 (3), pp. 307 - 323. https://doi.org/10.1386/jfs.4.3.307_1

2013

From Post-Object to ‘Zombie’ Fandoms: The ‘deaths’ of online fan communities and what they say about us
Whiteman, Natasha and Metivier, Joanne 2013. From Post-Object to ‘Zombie’ Fandoms: The ‘deaths’ of online fan communities and what they say about us. Participations. 10 (1), pp. 270-298.

2010

Control and Contingency: Maintaining Ethical Stances in Research
Whiteman, Natasha 2010. Control and Contingency: Maintaining Ethical Stances in Research. International Journal of Internet Research Ethics. 3 (1), pp. 6-22.

2009

The de/stabilization of identity in online fan communities
Whiteman, N. 2009. The de/stabilization of identity in online fan communities. Convergence: the international journal of research into new media technologies. 15 (4), pp. 379-488. https://doi.org/10.1177/13548565093423

2008

Engaging with the research methods curriculum
Oliver, Martin and Whiteman, Natasha 2008. Engaging with the research methods curriculum. Reflecting Education. 4 (1), pp. 63-71.

2008

Learning at the Cutting Edge? Help-seeking and Status in Online Videogame Fan Sites
Whiteman, Natasha 2008. Learning at the Cutting Edge? Help-seeking and Status in Online Videogame Fan Sites. 9 (1), pp. 7-26. https://doi.org/10.7459/ites/09.1.02

2019

What if they're bastards?: Ethics and the imagining of the other in the study of online fan cultures
Whiteman, Natasha 2019. What if they're bastards?: Ethics and the imagining of the other in the study of online fan cultures. in: The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research Ethics Sage. pp. 510–525

2014

’Piracy’ or Parody: Moral Panic in an Age of New Media
Whiteman, Natasha 2014. ’Piracy’ or Parody: Moral Panic in an Age of New Media. in: SAGE Handbook of Intellectual Property SAGE Publications. pp. 451-469

2014

Intellectual Property and the Construction of Un/Ethical Audiences
Whiteman, Natasha 2014. Intellectual Property and the Construction of Un/Ethical Audiences. in: SAGE Handbook of Intellectual Property SAGE Publications.

2012

Affiliation in the construction of fan identity: a comparison of face-to-face and virtual settings
Whiteman, Natasha 2012. Affiliation in the construction of fan identity: a comparison of face-to-face and virtual settings. in: Constructing the self in a digital world Cambridge University Press. pp. 195-221

2008

Homesick for Silent Hill: Modalities of nostalgia in fan responses to Silent Hill 4: The Room
Whiteman, Natasha 2008. Homesick for Silent Hill: Modalities of nostalgia in fan responses to Silent Hill 4: The Room. in: Playing the Past: History and Nostalgia in Video Games Vanderbilt University Press. pp. 32-49

2004

(Dis)possessing Literacy and Literature: Gourmandising in Gibsonbarlowville
Whiteman, Natasha 2004. (Dis)possessing Literacy and Literature: Gourmandising in Gibsonbarlowville. in: The World Yearbook of Education 2004: Digital Technology, Communities and Education Routledge.

2017

Written evidence for Parliament: “Mental health in schools.”
Whiteman, Natasha, O'Reilly, Michelle, Dogra, Nisha, Hughes, Jason and Reilly, Paul 2017. Written evidence for Parliament: “Mental health in schools.”. House of Commons.

2007

The Impact of the Media on Children and Young People
Buckingham, David, Whiteman, N., Willett, Rebekah and Burn, Andrew 2007. The Impact of the Media on Children and Young People. Department for Children, Schools and Families.


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