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Qualitative Inquiry and the Measuring Apparatus

  • Jodi Kaufmann
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Abstract

She fit in the corner tightly, squeezing through the seams of plasterboard. Butt to the corner, finger in mouth, blanket in hand, at once desiring to be found and wanting to disappear. Energetically calling for notice and thus signaling of mother love while yearning for seepage into the walls and thus forgetting all. No one came, and she did not disappear, so she emerged damaged.

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Measuring Apparatus Quantum World Particle Pattern Ontological Matter Mother Love 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jodi Kaufmann
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  1. 1.College of Education, Educational Policy StudiesGeorgia State UniversityUSA

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