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Michel Foucault and Dorothy Smith in box record research: Strange bed-fellows or interrelated thinkers?

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The aim of this essay is to yield an scrutiny of how a work of dual theorists with particularly opposite stances could
be used effectively to raise vicious investigate methods in propinquity to a story of child gratification amicable work. Our proposition
is that a pattern and doing of child gratification policies, practices and discourses could extremely advantage from
a some-more historically good grounded grant that enables actors to bond their benefaction concerns with a broader historical
dynamics of amicable regulation. The essay starts with a matter of a ‘problem’ and a questions to clear a reasons
for enchanting in this exploration. The essay reports on a authors’ reflections to date on how a work of Michel Foucault
and Dorothy Smith competence be deliberate in together as dual opposite perspectives to a same stage in time and place. The differences
and similarities in their approaches are explored with an importance on concepts many applicable to researching child welfare
repository including discourse; text; a theme and power-knowledge. The essay concludes with a explanation on serve developments
that are required to take brazen this methodological analysis.

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Book Review: Eija Suomela-Salmi and Fred Dervin (eds), Cross-Linguistic and Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Academic Discourse

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Book Review: Hilary Gardner and Michael Forrester (eds), Analysing Interactions in Childhood: Insights from Conversation Analysis

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Michel Foucault and Dorothy Smith in case file research: Strange bed-fellows or complementary thinkers?

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The aim of this article is to provide an exploration of how the work of two theorists with notably different stances could
be used effectively to enhance critical research methods in relation to the history of child welfare social work. Our proposition
is that the design and implementation of child welfare policies, practices and discourses could considerably benefit from
a more historically well grounded scholarship that enables actors to connect their present concerns with the broader historical
dynamics of social regulation. The article begins with a statement of the ‘problem’ and our questions to justify our reasons
for engaging in this exploration. The article reports on the authors’ reflections to date on how the work of Michel Foucault
and Dorothy Smith might be considered in parallel as two different perspectives to the same scene in time and place. The differences
and similarities in their approaches are explored with an emphasis on concepts most relevant to researching child welfare
archives including discourse; text; the subject and power-knowledge. The article concludes with a commentary on further developments
which are necessary to take forward this methodological analysis.

On the optimal number of scale points in graded paired comparisons

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Alain De Beuckelaer, Stef Toonen and Eldad Davidov

Measure of remoteness in randomized response model

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Hong Zhimin and Yan Zaizai

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Qualitas and Quantitas: dual ways of meditative in science

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Erwin Neuenschwander

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A viewpoint from a bridge: Insider/Outsider viewpoint in a investigate of a Welfare Rights Movement

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This essay examines a use of a unpractical horizon sensitive by intersectionality in a investigate of women’s participation
in a Welfare Rights Movement occurring in a United States from 1964–1972. The author explores how a participants’ and
a researcher’s standing as insiders and/or outsiders within a transformation formed on race, class, and gender interacted within
a altogether investigate process. The opposite ways that insider/outsider standing was reflected in a cross-class, cross-race
amicable transformation work of a participants is explored. The utility of this horizon and proceed to exploring a sometimes
changeable statuses of insider/outsider within a investigate routine itself is also examined.

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A view from the bridge: Insider/Outsider perspective in a study of the Welfare Rights Movement

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This article examines the use of a conceptual framework informed by intersectionality in a study of women’s participation
in the Welfare Rights Movement occurring in the United States from 1964–1972. The author explores how the participants’ and
the researcher’s status as insiders and/or outsiders within the movement based on race, class, and gender interacted within
the overall research process. The different ways that insider/outsider status was reflected in the cross-class, cross-race
social movement work of the participants is explored. The usefulness of this framework and approach to exploring the sometimes
shifting statuses of insider/outsider within the research process itself is also examined.

Developing amicable work use by enchanting practitioners in movement research

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This essay describes a sold proceed – a methodology – for examining a ways in that amicable workers conceptualize
children and childhood and a stress of this for building amicable work practice. The investigate described was carried
out in Iceland operative directly with Icelandic amicable work practitioners. The methodology adopted used an movement research
approach, in that immature people, who had interacted with amicable services, were intent as investigate consultants. The article
evaluates such an approach, profitable sold courtesy to a proceed as a process of generating new knowledge, and a usefulness
for a growth of amicable work practice.

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