Emotionalism  

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Emotionism, erroneously called Emotionalism, is a term derived from a style of painting which is expressionist with the goal of illiciting humanitarianism and social responsibility from the viewer. In its meaning as a research paradigm, the term refers to an approach to conducting research studies that provides a gateway to understanding about people's experiences through using social inquiry methodologies such as ethnography.



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