Surmounting the Empathy Wall: Deep Respect and Holy Envy in Qualitative Scholarship
family, holy envy, marriage, parenting, qualitative research, relationships, religion, religiosity, spirituality
In this concluding article of a special issue based on a diverse, national, 198 family (N = 476 persons) qualitative study, the concepts of deep respect and holy envy are posited as research-enhancing strengths in rigorous qualitative inquiry. Both concepts are defined and illustrated as the authors share specific strengths of seven religious-ethnic groups that have elicited their holy envy. The need for deep respect and holy envy in social science and in contemporary American life is underscored.
Original Publication Citation
Marks, L. D., & Dollahite, D. C. (2018). Surmounting the empathy wall: Deep respect and holy envy in qualitative scholarship. Marriage and Family Review, 54, 762-773.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Marks, Loren D. and Dollahite, David C., "Surmounting the Empathy Wall: Deep Respect and Holy Envy in Qualitative Scholarship" (2018). Faculty Publications. 4849.
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