Series: International Institute for Qualitative Methodology Series

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Cultural Diversity and Discourse Practices in Grade Nine (Int'l Inst Qualitative Methodology Serie) by Lynne V. Wiltse
Folkloral Voice by Ian Sewall
Giving Comfort and Inflicting Pain by Irene Madjar
Mourning the dreams : how parents create meaning from miscarriage, stillbirth and early infant death by Claudia Malacrida
The Pedagogic Principal by Rodney Evans
The Politics of Shopping: What Consumers Learn about Identity, Globalization, and Social Change (Int'l Inst Qualitative Methodology Serie) by Kaela Jubas
Poor and Pregnant in New Delhi, India by Helen Vallianatos
Positioning Identities: Lesbians' and Gays' Experiences with Mental Health Care (Int'l Inst Qualitative Methodology Serie) by Hazel K. Platzer
Reuben's fall : a rhizomatic analysis of disobedience in kindergarten by Sheri Leafgren
SPEAKING OUT: STORYTELLING FOR SOCIAL CHANGE (Int'l Inst Qualitative Methodology Serie) by Linde Zingaro
A Visual Narrative Concerning Curriculum, Girls, Photography Etc. (Int'l Inst Qualitative Methodology Serie) by Hedy Bach
When a Baby Dies of Sids by Karen Martin
The Wounds of Exclusion: Poverty, Women’s Health, and Social Justice (Int'l Inst Qualitative Methodology Serie) by Colleen Reid

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