Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Social science, Social psychology, Qualitative research, Engineering ethics and Ethnography are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Lust, Power, Ideal and Skepticism. Robert Dingwall has included themes like Mediation, Conversation, Inclusion and Argument in his Social psychology study.
His research in Qualitative research intersects with topics in Technology assessment, Justice, Health care and MEDLINE. His MEDLINE research integrates issues from Health technology, Quality assurance and Medical education. His biological study deals with issues like Applied psychology, which deal with fields such as Nursing and Neglect.
Robert Dingwall mainly investigates Public relations, Public administration, Social science, Library science and Nursing. As part of his studies on Public relations, Robert Dingwall often connects relevant areas like Health care. His research in Health care is mostly focused on Health policy.
Robert Dingwall conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Social science and Environmental ethics.
His primary areas of investigation include Public relations, Public administration, Social science, Engineering ethics and Nursing. His Public relations study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Unintended consequences, Healthcare system, Health care, Health policy and Negotiation. The Health care study combines topics in areas such as Context and MEDLINE.
Robert Dingwall focuses mostly in the field of Public administration, narrowing it down to topics relating to Corporate governance and, in certain cases, Politics and Public health. His work on Social theory as part of general Social science study is frequently linked to Environmental ethics, bridging the gap between disciplines. He integrates several fields in his works, including Engineering ethics and Social science research.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Public administration, Public relations, Health care, Law and Context. Robert Dingwall interconnects Division of labour, Corporate governance, Politics and Environmental resource management in the investigation of issues within Public administration. His Public relations study incorporates themes from Unintended consequences, Face masks, Coronavirus disease 2019, Face and Institutionalisation.
His Health care study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pandemic, MEDLINE and Set. Robert Dingwall has researched MEDLINE in several fields, including Qualitative research, Generative grammar, Dance and Medical education. His Qualitative research study contributes to a more complete understanding of Social science.
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Qualitative research methods in health technology assessment: a review of the literature.
E Murphy;R Dingwall;D Greatbatch;S Parker.
Health Technology Assessment (1998)
The Protection of Children: State Intervention and Family Life
Robert Dingwall;John Eekelaar;Topsy Murray.
The ethics of ethnography
E Murphy;R Dingwall.
An Introduction to the Social History of Nursing
Robert Dingwall;Anne Marie Rafferty;Charles Webster.
The Sociology of the Professions: Lawyers, Doctors and Others
Robert Dingwall;Philip Simon Coleman Lewis.
Informed consent, anticipatory regulation and ethnographic practice
Elizabeth Murphy;Robert Dingwall.
Social Science & Medicine (2007)
Qualitative Methods and Health Policy Research
Elizabeth Murphy;Robert Dingwall.
Sociology and Social Research
Geoff Payne;Robert Dingwall;Judy Payne;Mick Carter.
Context and Method in Qualitative Research
Gale Miller;Robert Dingwall.
Aspects of Illness
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