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Qualitative Methods for Family Studies and Human Development

Qualitative Methods for Family Studies and Human Development

Qualitative Methods for Family Studies and Human Development serves as a step-by-step, interdisciplinary, qualitative methods text for those working in the areas of family studies, human development, family therapy, and family social work. Providing a systematic outline for carrying out qualitative projects from start to finish, author Kerry J. Daly uniquely combines epistemology, theory, and methodology into a comprehensive package illustrated specifically with examples from family relations and human development research.

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Pages 312 pages
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Qualitative Methods for Family Studies and Human Development serves as a step-by-step, interdisciplinary, qualitative methods text for those working in the areas of family studies, human development, family therapy, and family social work.

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Qualitative Methods for Family Studies and Human Development
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Authors: Kerry J. Daly
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-02-15 - Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated

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Qualitative Methods for Family Studies and Human Development serves as a step-by-step, interdisciplinary, qualitative methods text for those working in the area
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