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The Use of the Talmudic Format for the Presentation of Qualitative Work
(Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, 2009)
In this article, I propose to adapt the Talmud, a Jewish religious text, for the written representation of qualitative research. The form and the style of argumentation in and engendered by the Talmud can be adapted to ...
Immigration Offenses Involving Unlawful Entry: Is Federal Practice Comparable Across Districts?
(University of California Press, 2002)
Bike Messengers and the Really Real: Effervescence, Reflexivity, and Postmodern Identity
(Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, 2006)
Out of more than two thousand bike messengers in New York City, a few hundred participate in alleycats—illegal races held in open traffic. Surrounding this racing scene is a vibrant messenger community. Messengers who ...
Structural Levels of Mental Illness Stigma and Discrimination
(Oxford University Press and Maryland Psychiatric Research Center, 2004)
Most of the models that currently describe processes related to mental illness stigma are based on individual-level psychological paradigms. In this article, using a sociological paradigm, we apply the concepts of structural ...