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Qualitative Sociology Review
Volume XIV Issue 3

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Research into Transformations in Everyday Life: Three Methodological Notes
Helena Kubátová
Community Immersion, Trust-Building, and Recruitment among Hard to Reach Populations: A Case Study of Muslim Women in Detroit Metro Area
Mehri Mohebbi (Mehrsa), Annulla Linders, Carla Chifos
A Big Win in Smalltown: Demanding Dignity in an Era of Neoliberal Austerity
Todd E. Vachon
The Multi-Dimensional Influence of a Sports Activity on the Process of Psycho-Social Rehabilitation and Improvement in the Quality of Life of Persons with Physical Disabilities
Jakub Niedbalski
Doing the Unknown: Spa Activities in Nursing Homes
Tove Harnett
Shifting the Burden to Daughters: A Qualitative Examination of Population Policy, Labor Migration, and Filial Responsibility in Rural Bangladesh
Roslyn Fraser Schoen

Book reviews:

Book Review: Leavy, Patricia. 2017. Privilege through the Looking-Glass. Rotterdam, Boston, Taipei: Sense Publishers
Paul Consalvo, Mehmet Soyer

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