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Chapter 29: Group Interviews: Understanding Shared Meaning and Meaning-Making
29. Group interviews: understanding shared meaning and meaning-making Dawn H. Currie and Deirdre M. Kelly Talking with people is probably the most common way that qualitative researchers generate data. As we have seen in previous chapters, this ta...
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