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In keeping with new narrative metaphors in the family therapy field and new epistemological approaches to clinical interaction, literature as a paradigm for qualitative inquiry and evaluation is discussed. Description of a research project that explores how fictional literature can be integrated into graduate programs reveals a multi-layered, aesthetic approach to family therapy research and training as well as the design of project-specific methodology (Chenail, 1992a).
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Kaufman, B. A. (1992). In Pursuit of Aesthetic Research Provocations. The Qualitative Report, 1(4), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/1992.2035
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