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Qualitative Sociology Review
Volume IX Issue 2

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Introduction to the Special Issue: "Curiosity and Serendipity in Qualitative Research"
Katarina Jacobsson, Kristina Göransson, David Wästerfors


Curiosity and Serendipity in Qualitative Research
Malin Åkerström
Bringing the Social Back in: Some Suggestions for the Qualitative Study of Emotions
Margarethe Kusenbach, Donileen R. Loseke
The Communicative Construction of Reality and Sequential Analysis. A Personal Reminiscence
Thomas Luckmann
What Counts as Qualitative Research? Some Cautionary Comments
David Silverman
Ethnography and Craft Knowledge
Paul Atkinson

Book Reviews:

Book Review: Barone, Tom and Elliot W. Eisner. 2012. Arts Based Research. Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore, Washington, DC: Sage Publications
Dariusz Kubinowski
Book Review: Manderson, Lenore. 2011. Surface Tensions. Surgery, Bodily Boundaries and the Social Self. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press
Dominika Byczkowska

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