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1 year 9 months ago #54 by Joan
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Gaddis (1995:14) about the epistemology of historical research:

The contemporary historian must "...plant oneself firmly in that large, but ill-defined middle ground that separates the rootlessness of relativism from the inertia of objectivism."

Gaddis, JL. 1995. On contemporary history. An inaugural lecture delivered before the University of Oxford on 18 May 1993. Oxford, Claredon Press.
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1 year 9 months ago #53 by Joan
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Historian Joan Lynaugh about the value of nursing history: it is "still easier to explain nursing to our history colleagues"

Address to the Randolph International Nursing History Conference, University of Virginia, 20 March 2009.
quoted in Nursing Research Using Historical Methods, De Chesnay, M (editor), 2015:4.
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1 year 9 months ago #52 by Joan
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"...through the professionhood of the individual will the professionalism of nursing be given meaning..."
(Searle 1988:81)

Searle, C. 1988. Aspects of selected nursing issues. Durban, Butterworths.
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