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Qualitative Sociology Review
Volume XVIII Issue 4

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I. Special Issue


Unexplored Realities in Qualitative Research
Florian Elliker


Quali(a)tative Methods: Sense-Based Research in the Social Sciences and Humanities
David Howes
Sensual Construction of Body and Biography. Suggestions to Mutually Improve Deficient but Widespread Body Concepts and Biographical Research
Wolfram Fischer
The Social Transformation of Self-Injury
Patricia A. Adler, Peter Adler
Healthcare Information Technology’s Relativity Challenges: Distortions Created by Patients’ Physical Reality versus Clinicians’ Mental Models and Healthcare Electronic Records
Ross Koppel

II. Regular Issue


Is Homicide a Turning Point in the Life of Perpetrators? A Narrative Analysis of the Life Stories of Marginalized and Middle-Class Male Homicide Offenders in Metropolitan Buenos Aires, Argentina
Martín Hernán Di Marco
A Socially Constructed Individualist: An Interactionist Study of Role-Making among Orchestral Conductors
Dominika Byczkowska-Owczarek
Popular Stoicism in the Face of Social Uncertainty
Renata Dopierała
Mapping Environmental Commitment: A Situational Analysis of Illegal Dumps in the City
Anna Kacperczyk, Remigiusz Żulicki
To Be an Autoethnographer or Not to Be—That Is the Question
Lukasz Marciniak

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