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W.I. Thomas
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Qualitative Sociology Review
Volume XIX Issue 4

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Ethnography of Horse Racing Gamblers’ Lives. Constructing Biographical Narratives in the Process of Interviewing
Barbara Bossak-Herbst, Małgorzata Głowacka-Grajper
"I was ashamed, and now I am proud as I finally know how to let go." How Female Polers Perceive, Experience, and Give Meanings to Their Bodies—An Ethnographic Case Study
Magdalena Wojciechowska
Between Sport and Leisure: Competitive Senior Ballroom Dancing as Serious Leisure
Mariusz Finkielsztein
Migration and Integration of Foreign Priests. Aspirations, Religiosity, and Tensions in the Narratives of Foreign Priests in Italy
Angela Delli Paoli, Giuseppe Masullo
The Experience of Conversation and Relation with a Well-Being Chatbot: Between Proximity and Remoteness
Joanna Wygnańska

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