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i'm just in the first chapter after a long intro...good info on researcher as insider/outsider though for all you geeky methodologists :) Read full review
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Martin's examination of rationality and irrationality brings up many interesting questions. She looks at things through the lens of an "American culture" that prizes mania in some people under certain ... Read full review
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