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Tarr, Jen (2016) On liveness: using arts workshops as a research method. Qualitative Research . ISSN 1468-7941 (In Press)
Mok, Tze Ming, Cornish, Flora and Tarr, Jen (2015) Too much information: visual research ethics in the age of wearable cameras. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 49 (2). pp. 309-322. ISSN 1932-4502
Gonzalez-Polledo, Elena and Tarr, Jen (2014) The thing about pain: the remaking of illness narratives in chronic pain expressions on social media. New Media & Society, 18 (8). pp. 1455-1472. ISSN 1461-4448
Tarr, Jennifer and Thomas, Helen (2011) Mapping embodiment: methodologies for representing pain and injury. Qualitative Research, 11 (2). pp. 141-157. ISSN 1468-7941
Tarr, Jennifer (2011) Educating with the hands: working on the body/self in Alexander Technique. Sociology of Health and Illness, 33 (2). pp. 252-265. ISSN 0141-9889
Thomas, H. and Tarr, J. (2009) Dancers' perceptions of pain and injury: positive and negative effects. Journal of Dance Medicine and Science, 13 (2). pp. 51-50. ISSN 1089-313X
Tarr, Jen (2008) Habit and conscious control: ethnography and embodiment in the Alexander Technique. Ethnography, 9 (4). pp. 477-497. ISSN 1466-1381
Tarr, Jen (2013) Book review: the SAGE handbook of digital technology research. LSE Review of Books (13 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.
Tarr, Jen (2013) Book review: Ethics in qualitative research: controversies and contexts. LSE Review of Books (28 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.
Tarr, Jen (2012) Safeguarding research ethics must be key to our work, particularly when we aim to create external impacts on politics and society. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.