Great Qualitative Book & Articles: An Annotated Bibliography

This wiki allows members to contribute to an annotated bibliography of great qualitative books and articles. Please use the "Navigation" bar on the left or the "Quicklinks" below to get to other pages and then click "Edit This Page" button to add content. The hope is that people will keep it scholarly and positive, but also feel free to use the discussion tab to post questions and comments that do not belong in the text of a annotated shared bibliography.

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