7 October 2012

Special issue: Connections, emotions, empathy: how can we conceptualise and use affect and emotions in qualitative health research?

International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion 5(2) 2012

Papers from a colloquium in qualitative healthcare, held at the University of East Anglia, UK  in May 2010.
  • Enhancing empathic skills in clinical practice: a linguistic approach
  • Affective landscapes in academia: emotional labour, vulnerability, and uncertainty in late-modern academic work
  • The affective turn and qualitative health research
Additional Papers
  • How do perpetrators experience bullying at the workplace?
  • Teaching and the transmutation of emotions
  • Blood, sweat and tears - shared bodily fluids, emotions and social identity in a Swedish military context

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