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'We must put ourselves in the position of the subject who tries to find his way in this world, and we must remember, first of all, that the environment by which he is influenced and to which he adapts himself is his world, not the objective world of science.'

W.I. Thomas
and
F. Znaniecki

Qualitative Sociology Review
2008
Volume IV Issue 1



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Contents


Articles:

On the Pragmatics and Problematics of Defining Beauty and Character: The Greek Poet Lucian (120-200) Engages Exacting Portraitures and Difficult Subjects
Robert Prus
Born to Write: Discovery and Construction of Self in the Identity Stories of Poets and Writers
Deborah Ben-Shir
”We can’t just do it any which way” – Objectivity Work among Swedish Prosecutors
Katarina Jacobsson
American Social “Reminders” of Citizenship after September 11, 2001: Nativisms and the Retractability of American Identity
Jack Fong
Crafting Blindness: Its Organizational Construction in a First Grade School
Giampietro Gobo
Applying Institutional Ethnography to Childcare
Lori L. McNeil
World Interrupted: An Autoethnographic Exploration into the Rupture of Self and Family Narratives Following the Onset of Chronic Illness and the Death of a Mother
Caroline Pearce
The Construction of Self-Identity in the Chronically Mentally Ill: A Focus On Autobiographic Narratives of Mentally Ill Patients in South Korea
Sang-hui Nam
Grounded Theory and Serendipity. Natural History of a Research
Krzysztof Tomasz Konecki
The Interactionist Self and Grounded Research: Reflexivity in a Study of Emergency Department Clinicians
Peter Nugus
Construction of Scientific Facts – Why is Relativism Essential in Bypassing Incommensurable Gaps in Humanities. Case of Personal Involvement – Biased Scientific Facts
Lucija Mulej

Book Reviews:

Book Review: The Scientific Reproduction of Gender Inequality. A Discourse Analysis of Research Texts on Women’s Entrepreneurship
Iza Desperak
Book Review: Dirty Work. The Social Construction of Taint
Izabela Slezak and Jakub Niedbalski
Book Review: Maids to Order in Hong Kong. Stories of Migrant Workers
Waldemar Dymarczyk
Book Review: Multiple Case Narrative
Lukas Marciniak

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