Chapter 4. Making Sense of a Person�s Literate Life: Literacy Narratives in a 100-Year-Study on Literacy Development
Fostering biculturalism: exploring principal hautūtanga/leadership in a South Island secondary school in AotearoaNew Zealand.
Sexual rights activism in Mozambique : a qualitative case study of civil society organisation and experiences of 'lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons'
Perpetrator and Victim Constructions of Justice, Forgiveness and Trauma Healing: Results of a Thematic Narrative Study of Intra-group Conflict in Colonial Central Kenya, 1952-1962
Becoming a functioning member of the collegiate culture: How cellphone communication affects first-year college students' self and identity in college transition
BECOMING A FUNCTIONING MEMBER OF THE COLLEGIATE CULTURE: HOW CELLPHONE COMMUNICATION AFFECTS FIRST-YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS’ SELF AND IDENTITY IN COLLEGE TRANSITION. by
Exploring migration experiences of foreign footballers to England through the use of autobiographies
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ABSTRACT This article examines the sport labour migration of elite footballers who have transferred from another European country to the English Premier League (EPL). Sport labour migration happens…
The biographical approach in (post-) subcultural studies: Exploring punk in China
While the biographical approach is widely employed in applied and theoretical social research, it is less fully developed in the specific field of (post-) subcultural studies. The article…
Narratives of the Maps: Emirati Undergraduate Students’ Stories of National Identity
Exploring ethnographic genres and developing validity appraisal tools
The current paper discusses the historical evolvement of ethnography, identifies the various genres that have developed and argues that the development of ethnographic genres has been informed by a…