In this article we discuss self-harm data from an A & E (Emergency Room) Department in an English hospital. In order to be able to examine the relationship between data collection, analysis and findings we focus on the processes we used as researchers in constructing the dataset. Doing this, we argue, is as important as just analysing findings since this process in part constructs the findings. Moreover, how people's actions are defined may impact on the way they are treated.
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Temple, B., & Harris, J. (2000). The Devil in the Detail: An Account of Self-Harm. The Qualitative Report, 5(1), 1-6. Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol5/iss1/4