Nigel Williams

Nigel Williams is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Sociology, and a member of the Psycho-Social Studies research network at UWE. He is engaged in in Psycho-Social research that reaches across boundaries to deepen and inform professional practices. He lectures in psycho-social and Beneath the Surface methodologies, systems and complexity theory, and intergenerational memory. He is an organisational consultant and is a registered and qualified psychotherapist and supervisor with United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. His has recently published an essay, 'The Anglo-German diaspora', in The Ethics of Remembering and the Consequences of Forgetting: Essays on Trauma, History and Memory edited by Michael O’Loughlin (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2014).

Further Researching Beneath the Surface: Psycho-Social Research Methods in Practice - Volume 2

Further Researching Beneath the Surface: Psycho-Social Research Methods in Practice - Volume 2

Edited by Anne-Marie Cummins, Nigel Williams

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Contributions in this volume cover ways of knowing, the dynamics of research encounters, new methods of psycho-social inquiry, and the first-hand experience of being a researcher. Since the first... (more)

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