Qualitative Health Research
Indhold: H. Tristram Engelhard, Jr.: The Disease of Maturbation: Values and the Concept of Disease. Laura Bohannan: Shakespeare in the Bush. Pamela S. Hinds og Doris E. Chaves og Sandra M. Cypess: Context as a Source of Meaning and Understanding. George W. Noblit og John D. Engel: The Holistic Injuction: An ideal and a Moral Imperative for Qualitative Research. Janice M. Morse: "Euch, Those Are for Your Husband": Examination of Cultural Values and Assumptions Associated With Breast-Feeding. Arnold van Gennep: The Research Topic: Or, Folklore Without End. Janice M. Morse og Joan L. Bottorff og Wendy Neander og Shirley Solberg: Comparative Analysis of Conceptualizations and Theories of Caring. Vangie Kelpin: Birthing Pain. Stephen J. Smith: Operating on af Child's Heart: A Pedagogical View of Hospitalization. Monica Clarke: Menories of Breathing: A Phenomenological Dialogue: Asthma as a Way of Becoming. Dona Lee Davis: The Meaning of Menopause in a Newfoundland Fishing Village. Joan Cassell: On Control, Certitude and the "Paranoia" of Surgeons. Hava Golander: Under the Guise of Passivity. D.L. Rosenhan: On Being Sane in Insane Places. James P. Spradley: Beatin the Drunk Charge. Janice M. Morse: The Structure and Function on Gift Giving in the Patient-Nurse Relationship. Beverley J. Lorencz: Becoming Ordinary: Leaving the Psychiatric Hospital. Janice M. Morse og Joan L. Bottorff: The Emotional Experience of Breast Expression. Janice M. Morse: Negotiation Commitment and Involvement in the Nurse-Patient Relationship. Janice M. Morse og Margaret J. Harrison: Social Coercion for Weaning.
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Shakespeare in the Bush
Context as a Source of Meaning and Understanding
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