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'We must put ourselves in the position of the subject who tries to find his way in this world, and we must remember, first of all, that the environment by which he is influenced and to which he adapts himself is his world, not the objective world of science.'

W.I. Thomas
and
F. Znaniecki

Qualitative Sociology Review
2014
Volume X Issue 1





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Contents


Editorial:

Analyzing Biographical Data – Different Approaches of Doing Biographical Research
Kaja Kaźmierska


Biography and Emotion – Different Approaches in Dealing with the Life Story of Natalia


Articles:

A Situation, a Narrative, and a Life History. The Case of Natalia
Gerhard Riemann
Badges of Social Valuing and the Biography. Natalia’s Interview in the Perspective of Sociologist of Poverty and Social Exclusion
Agnieszka Golczyńska-Grondas
Reversed "Betrayal Funnel". A Case of a Children's Home Inmate Who Suffers from Being Disloyal to Her Alcoholic Family
Katarzyna Waniek
Is Apostasy from a Family Possible? The Apostasy from an Alcoholic-Abusive Family as a Variant of (Un)Becoming a Daughter – the Case of Natalia
Sylwia Urbańska
A Social Work Perspective on the Biographical Research Interview with Natalia
Johanna Björkenheim

Transcript of Interview with Natalia:

Transcript of Biographical Interview with Natalia
Agnieszka Golczyńska-Grondas, translated by Anna Piaszczyńska
Transkrypcja wywiadu biograficznego z Natalią (in Polish)
Agnieszka Golczyńska-Grondas


70th Jubilee of Professor Fritz Schütze


Career, Work, and Contributions of Professor Fritz Schütze

Professor Fritz Schütze – Work and Output
Carsten Detka, Andrzej Piotrowski, Katarzyna Waniek

Articles:

Autobiographical Accounts of War Experiences. An Outline for the Analysis of Topically Focused Autobiographical Texts – Using the Example of the "Robert Rasmus" Account in Studs Terkel's Book, "The Good War"
Fritz Schütze

Special: Interview with Professor Fritz Schütze:

An Interview with Professor Fritz Schütze: Biography and Contribution to Interpretative Sociology
Kaja Kaźmierska

On Fritz Schütze – His Students, Colleagues, and Friends

A Draft Profile of a Very Unusual Scholar
Marek Czyżewski
Fritz Schütze as a Significant Participant of the Sociological Milieu in Lodz
Andrzej Piotrowski
Fritz Schütze Seen Subjectively (and O Fritzu Schütze subiektywnie – text originally written in Polish)
Katarzyna Waniek
Tribute to Professor Fritz Schütze
Agnieszka Golczyńska-Grondas

Book Reviews

Book Review: Treichel, Bärbel and Guillermo Bartelt, (eds.). 2012. Don Decker’s Apache Odyssey. Approaches to Autobiography, Narrative, and the Developing Self. Berlin: Frank & Timme
Katarzyna Waniek


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