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Table of contents
Paradigms, theories and methods in research on men's violence in intimate relationships
Narratives from children in vulnerable situations
The child as a linking interested party in the negotiating modern family
Focus groups with creative elements, PI-interviews
Using the vignette method in comparative welfare research
How is methodological emancipation possible? Rethinking the potentials of multivariate methods for intersectional analyses
Interactive research - A practical example and a crtical assessment
Service provision in the welfare state - Care-taking, interaction and construction of meaning
Everyday lives of older people with a dementia - Studies of interaction in elder care
Policy language in the care for the aged in Japan and Sweden - Does it reflect or steer ideology?
The use of political terms and the modernisation of the welfare state
The Welfare State's 'Stepchildren'. An intersectonal perspective on ethnic relations and discrimination in Sweden
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