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    978-0-8493-2075-0
    September 28th 2000

Description

This book focuses on the place sand purpose of emotions in the research process, and explores the appropriate boundaries. Designed to explore how to manage the emotional content of research, the text service as a supplemental to qualitative research method courses, and is an excellent reference for the professional as well.

Contents

INTRODUCTION: WHY ARE WE INTERESTED IN EMOTIONS?

SECTION ONE

Feminist Research with Women Awaiting Trial: The Effects on Participants in the Qualitative Research Process

The Management of Self: Practical and Emotional Implications of Ethnographic Work in a Public Hospital

Narrative Methods in Qualitative Research: Potential for Therapeutic Transformation

Mirrors: Seeing Each other and Ourselves through Fieldwork

SECTION TWO

Qualitative Research as Spiritual Experience

Emotions as Analytic Tools: Qualitative Research, Feelings, and Psychotherapeutic Insight

Collateral Damage? Indirect Exposure of Staff Members to the Emotions of Qualitative Research

Extreme Dilemmas in Performance Ethnography: Unleashed Emotionality of Performance in Critical Areas of Suicide, Abuse, and Madness

An Act of Subversion: Night Workers on the Fringe of Dawn -From bow Wave to Deluge

Catalog no. 2075, ISBN: 0849320755

January 2001, 224 pp.

$49.95 / £33.99

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