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W.I. Thomas
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Qualitative Sociology Review
Volume XVI Issue 1

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Emotions in Research and Everyday Life. From Feeling to Acting
Beata Pawłowska


Narrating Emotions: Towards Deeper Understanding
Jan K. Coetzee
Pride in Teachers’ Everyday Work. Conditions and Contexts
Beata Pawłowska
The Disappearance of the Other: A Note on the Distortion of Love
Emma Engdahl
"Living with Illegal Feelings"—Analysis of the Internet Discourse on Negative Emotions towards Children and Motherhood
Emilia Garncarek
Dealing with Feeling: Emotion, Affect, and the Qualitative Research Encounter
Asta Rau
Emotional Education Discourses: Between Developing Competences and Deepening Emotional (Co-)Understanding
Renata Góralska

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