by Andy ALASZEWSKI fills a gap in methodological writings. The book is unusual in that it provides a "holistic " approach to research methodology with-out distinguishing arbitrarily between quantitative and qualitative methodologies. "Using Diaries for Social Research " could be very useful for students, as well as for more seasoned researchers delving into this particular form of autobiographical or self-observing text. When I discovered a diary written by an Ethiopian Jew in Jerusalem after the First World War, I could have benefited from this lucid book, which explicates alternative strategies for analyzing diaries, delineates the key issues researchers should consider when confronting diaries, and shows how one can analyze the structure of diaries. The book is an excellent beginning on a fascinating subject, illustrated by exercises and providing recommended reading. It is a pity that the word "reflexivity " does not appear even once in the Index

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