Qualitative research: the emotional dimension
Keith Carter, Sara Delamont
Avebury, 1996 - Psychology - 138 pages
A book which examines the need for social scientists to include in their research the feelings and emotions of both themselves and their respondents.
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Emotion and engagement in
Systematic or sentimental? The place of feelings in social
An emotionally charged research environment
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