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Family and Work in Everyday Ethnography Paperback – October 4, 2013
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"Even though the stories presented in this book revolve around ethnographic research, quantitative and qualitative researchers alike will be able to relate to the discussion of work and family balance. Covering issues from the visibility of the pregnant body when in the field, to bringing children to your study, to how a researcher copes with continuing their research in the face of tragedy, this book will keep the reader engaged through its narratives and reflections on the topic of balancing work and family in research... Researchers across disciplines and methods in the social sciences will find this book an interesting reflection on their own work and family balance in their research." - Contemporary Sociology
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