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Journal article

GREATBATCH, D., MURPHY, E. and DINGWALL, R., 2001. Evaluating medical information systems: ethnomethodological and interactionist approaches. Health Services Management Research, 14, pp. 1-12.

DINGWALL, R. and GREATBATCH, D., 2001. Family mediators - what are they doing? Family Law, 31, pp. 378-382.

GREATBATCH, D. and DINGWALL, R., 1999. The marginalization of domestic violence in divorce mediation. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 13 (2), pp. 174-190.

DINGWALL, R., MURPHY, E.M., GREATBATCH, D., WATSON, P. and PARKER, S., 1998. Catching goldfish: quality in qualitative research. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 3 (3), pp. 167-172.

DINGWALL, R., GREATBATCH, D. and RUGGERONE, L., 1998. Gender and interaction in divorce mediation. Mediation Quarterly, 15 (4), pp. 277-285.

DINGWALL, R., GREATBATCH, D. and RUGGERONE, L., 1998. Review symposium on 'The new language of qualitative method' (J.F. Gubrium and J.A. Holstein, 1997): A model for challenging sociology or just microsociology? Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 27 (3), pp. 399-404.

GREATBATCH, D. and DINGWALL, R., 1997. Argumentative talk in divorce mediation sessions. American Sociological Review, 62 (1), pp. 151-170.

DINGWALL, R., MURPHY, E.M., GREATBATCH, D., WATSON, P. and PARKER, S., 1997. On the non-negotiable in sociological life. Qualitative Sociology, 20 (4), pp. 521-531.

DINGWALL, R. and GREATBATCH, D., 1995. Family mediation practitioners and researchers in the shadow of the Green Paper: a rejoinder to Marian Roberts. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 17, pp. 199-206.

DINGWALL, R. and GREATBATCH, D., 1993. Who is in charge? Rhetoric and reality in the study of mediation. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, pp. 367-385.

DINGWALL, R. and GREATBATCH, D., 1991. Behind closed doors: a preliminary report on mediator/client interaction in England. Family and Conciliation Courts Review, 29 (3), pp. 291-303.

GREATBATCH, D. and DINGWALL, R., 1990. Selective facilitation: some preliminary observations on a strategy used by divorce mediators [abridged and edited]. Family and Conciliation Courts Review, 28 (1), pp. 53-64.

GREATBATCH, D. and DINGWALL, R., 1989. Selective facilitation: some preliminary observations on a strategy used by divorce mediators. Law and Society Review, 23 (4), pp. 613-641.

Chapter in book

GREATBATCH, D. and DINGWALL, R., 2001. Selective facilitation: some preliminary observations on a strategy used by divorce mediators. In: C. MENKEL-MEADOW, ed., Mediation: theory, policy and practice. Aldershot: Ashgate.

DINGWALL, R., MURPHY, E.M., GREATBATCH, D., WATSON, P. and PARKER, S., 1999. On the non-negotiable in sociological life. In: B. GLASSNER and R. HERTZ, eds., Qualitative sociology as everyday life. Beverly Hills: Sage, pp. 215-225.

GREATBATCH, D. and DINGWALL, R., 1999. Professional neutralism in family mediation. In: S. SARANGI and C. ROBERTS, eds., Talk, work and institutional order: discourse in medical, mediation and management settings. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 271-292.

GREATBATCH, D. and DINGWALL, R., 1998. Talk and identity in divorce mediation. In: C. ANTAKI and S. WIDDICOMBE, eds., Identities in talk. London: Sage, pp. 121-135.

DINGWALL, R. and GREATBATCH, D., 1997. What is mediation an alternative to? In: M.T. MEULDERSKLEIN, ed., Familles et justice. Brussels; Paris: Bruyant; Librarie Générale de Droit et Jurisprudence, pp. 452-461.

DINGWALL, R. and GREATBATCH, D., 1994. Divorce mediation - the virtues of formality? In: J.M. EEKELAAR and M. MACLEAN, eds., Oxford readings in socio-legal studies: family law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 391-399.

Research report for external body

DAVIS, G., BEVAN, G., CLISBY, S., CUMMING, Z., DINGWALL, R., FENN, P., FINCH, S., FITZGERALD, R., GOLDIE, S., GREATBATCH, D., JAMES, A. and PEARCE, S., 2000. Monitoring publicly funded family mediation: report to the Legal Services Commission. London: Legal Services Commission.

MURPHY, E., DINGWALL, R., GREATBATCH, D., PARKER, S. and WATSON, P., 1998. Qualitative research methods in health technology assessment: a review of the literature. Southampton: National Coordinating Centre for Health Technology Assessment.

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