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W.I. Thomas
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Qualitative Sociology Review
Volume XVI Issue 3

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I. Special Issue


An Introduction to the Special Issue from 2018’s Qualitative Analysis Conference: Creating, Negotiating, and Transcending Social Boundaries in Everyday Life
Dawne Clarke


Exploring Other-Than-Human Identity: A Narrative Approach to Otherkin, Therianthropes, and Vampires
Clive Baldwin, Lauren Ripley
Trees as Dialogue: Negotiating Boundaries with the Anne Frank Sapling Project
Stella M. Čapek
Othering of Full-Time and Volunteer Women Firefighters in the Canadian Fire Services
Lynne Gouliquer, Carmen Poulin, Jennifer McWilliams

II. Regular Issue


Meetings or Power Weeks? Boundary Work in a Transnational Police Project
Malin Åkerström, David Wästerfors, Sophia Yakhlef
Body, Beauty, and Death in an Andean Context: A Self-Ethnographic Narration
Jimena Silva Segovia
An Attempt to Restore the Ordinary Death to the Visual Realm—Artistic, Therapeutic, and Ethical Aspects of the Post-Mortem Photography of Children in the 21st Century. Short Introduction
Łucja Lange
Ethical Aspects of Social Research: Old Concerns in the Face of New Challenges and Paradoxes. A Reflection from the Field of Biographical Method
Kaja Kaźmierska

Book reviews:

Book Review: Konecki, Krzysztof T. 2018. Advances in Contemplative Social Research. Lodz: Wydawnictwo UŁ / Cracow: Jagiellonian University Press
Vincenzo M. B. Giorgino

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