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Qualitative Sociology Review
Volume II Issue 2

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Editorial: Article as a Process of the Quality Constructing
Lukas T. Marciniak


Doing ethnography from within a constructivist paradigm to explore virtual communities in Saudi Arabia
Yeslam Al-Saggaf
Kirsty Williamson
Anticipatory Dying: Reflections Upon End of Life Experiences in a Thai Buddhist Hospice
Bruce Arnold
A Qualitative Analysis of Parenting and Social Capital: Comparing the Work of Coleman and Bourdieu
Val Gillies
Rosalind Edwards
Identifying with the Role of "Other": "The Pink Triangle Experiment" Revisited
Noriko Milman
Jerome Rabow
Researching the Intersection between Collective Identity and Conceptions of Post-separation and Divorced Fatherhood: A Case Study. Fathers For Justice, Fathers For Just Us, or Fathers are Us?
Robert A. Kenedy
Morality on Trial: Structure and Intelligibility System of a Court Sentence Concerning Homosexuality
Baudouin Dupret
The Body Artist. An Experience of the Sur-Real in the Context of the Embodied and Aesthetic Abnormality
Alexander Kozin
The 35mm Solution: Photography, Scientists, and Whales
Frank Nutch
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