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In this paper our purpose is to show what types of religiosity / spirituality, values and cooperation volunteer workers share and how they share them, focusing on Hitosaji-no-Kai (one spoon club) based in the Jōdō Shū temple in Sanya, one of the biggest flophouse areas in Japan. We explore the use of an intensive "researcher in the loop approach" and develop the Tled Method for this paper. We found contradictory or conflicting characteristics among these homeless support volunteers regardingdoi:10.18910/70598 fatcat:mlp3o4kqsnbavn7tcjwlzx24cm