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Published 2021

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Publication details

Journal : Qualitative Social Work , vol. 20 , p. 312–319 , 2021

Publisher : Sage Publications

International Standard Numbers :
Printed : 1473-3250
Electronic : 1741-3117

Publication type : Academic article

Contributors : Sørly, Rita; Nygaard, Vigdis; Kårtveit, Bård; Normann, Anne Katrine; Riabova, Larisa; Ivanova, Ludmila; Britvina, Svetlana

Issue : 1-2

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Summary

This essay aims to contribute to the understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on a Norwegian- Russian social work research project. The reflexive act of writing about the project’s disrupted startup is an exercise of flexibility and dynamics in the research process. Well known grips for those of us working with qualitative inquiry. Still, the unpredictable landscape, uncertainty of what would come next, and the insecurity in the present moved us as researchers towards new local and contextual knowledge, forced by the pandemic’s extensive effects.