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Qualitative Sociology Review
Volume XVI Issue 2

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A Festschrift for William Shaffir: Guest Editors' Introduction
Antony J. Puddephatt, Steven Kleinknecht


The Hughesian Legacy: William Shaffir—A Principal Interpreter of the Chicago School Diaspora in Canada
Jacqueline Low
The Virtue of Patience
Scott Grills
The Gift of a Vocation: Learning, Writing, and Teaching Sociology
Sherryl Kleinman
Journeying into Academia via Immersion into Qualitative Research: Professor Shaffir as a Master Guide
Efa E. Etoroma
Feigning Incompetence in the Field
Arthur McLuhan
Agnostic Interactionism and Sensitizing Concepts in the 21st Century: Developing Shaffirian Theory-Work in Ethnographic Research
Benjamin Kelly, Michael Adorjan
Piecing Together the Meaning of "Dirty Work"
Julian Torelli
Active Interview Tactics Revisited: A Multigenerational Perspective
Andrew D. Hathaway, Rory Sommers, Amir Mostaghim

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