More Discipline(s) with Qualitative Methods 
	Harold E. Dorton, Texas State University

This paper shows how I use scholarship from many disciplines to teach qualitative 
methods in sociology. Incorporating work from other disciplines into the course 
helps students become better researchers and better sociology students. On the 
surface, the latter may seem counterintuitive, but ideas and practices from outside 
of sociology and its curriculum reinforce some ideas as effectively as ideas from 
within the discipline. Moreover, when students learn the value of other disciplines 
to sociology, they also learn what sociology offers in return.                        
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