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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
2015
Volume XI Issue 4





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Contents


Articles:

Religious Beliefs, Practices, and Representations as Humanly Enacted Realities: Lucian (circa 120-200) Addresses Sacrifices, Death, Divinity, and Fate
Robert Prus
From Total Institution to Status Bloodbath: Goffman as a Comparative Researcher and Grounded Theorist
W. Peter Archibald, Benjamin Kelly, Michael Adorjan
Trans*-Subjectivity: Exploring Research Positionality in the Field
Cameron T. Whitley
Storying the Good Life: Selfhood and Morality Through the Biographical Narrative Storyline
Oriana Bernasconi
“Physically We Are Apart, Mentally We Are Not.” Creating a Shared Space and a Sense of Belonging in Long-Distance Relationships
Orsolya Kolozsvari
Doing Poor in AmeriCorps: How National Service Members Deal With Living Below the Poverty Line
Ryan Ceresola
Faith-Based Charitable Giving and Its Impact on Notions of “Community”: The Case of American Muslim NGOs
Sabithulla Khan

Book Reviews

Book Review: Konecki, Krzysztof, Anna Kacperczyk, Piotr Chomczyński, and Marco Albarracín. 2013. The Spirit of Communitarianism and the Cultural Background of the Limoncocha Community in the Context of Sustainable Development. Quito: Universidad Internacional SEK Ecuador
Jakub Kronenberg


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