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Understanding Complex Social Environments

  • Louise Sinden-CarrollEmail author
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Abstract

The path that led to me becoming an auto-ethnographic researcher on the issue of prisoners with hearing loss was one that, fortunately, is rarely trodden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.NGO Services LimitedAucklandNew Zealand

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