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The economic geographer as a situated researcher of elites
Cormode, L.; Hughes, A.
Researching local elites: reflexivity, 'situatedness' and political-temporal contingency
Ward, K.G.; Jones, M.
Reflections on interviewing foreign elites: praxis, positionality, validity, and the cult of the insider
Dr Jekyl, Mr H(i)de: the contrasting face of elites at interview1
Insider or outsider, both or neither: some dilemmas of interviewing in a cross-cultural setting
Voices and silences: the problem of access to embeddedness
Constructing economic geographies from corporate interviews: insights from a cross-country comparison of retailer-supplier relationships
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