Combining Data, Enhancing Explanation
AbstractIn this paper the author analyzes the pros and cons of combining data from different sources to revisit some explanatory problems. The problems discussed have risen from a theoretical and analytic gap between peopleâ€™s outlooks and values on the one hand, and their social circumstances on the other. [NCRM WP].
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sociological; data; theoritical; analytic; values; Ethnicity; social; qualitative; primary data; quantitative; Pakistan; gender; work; care; subjective; economic;
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- NEP-ALL-2009-11-21 (All new papers)
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