Qualitative research in public health
here has been an explosion of qualitative research in public health over the 1980s and ’90s. It has delved into a wide range of issues, from the most public to the most private, often relating to some of the most socially and culturally sensitive of subjects. It has wide and deep ramifications for approaches to health service development and for changing social perspectives. Yet there has been little discussion of its ethical dimensions.
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