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Based on the senior author's participant observations as an “expert” guest panelist on an American nationally syndicated television talk show in summer 1992, it is suggested that in its presentation of “sexually deviant” behavior, the content of this “reality talk” show may be viewed...
Dealing with perceived respondent deception requires the realization that a respondent's account is only one of several possible versions that could be elicited contingent on the situational characteristics of an interview, the relationship between the observer and the observed, interviewer...
Criminal case processing and sentencing are affected not only by legal factors and defendant characteristics but also by courts' organizational and political contexts. This article examines the influence of these latter factors in the context of a rural trial court. The analysis traces the lines...
This article discusses the use of life history as a method of ethnographic research among stigmatized, unempowered people. The author describes and analyzes the process of elicting the life history of a man with mental retardation. To combine life history interviewing with the detailed...
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