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How can we avoid stereotypical representations and make room for diversity in research on vulnerable children and young people? Starting from this question, the article presents how using the concepts of small stories and positioning theory in the analysis of the stories of these children and young people, can allow us to show different representations, even when their accounts seem fragmented or contradictory. The article is based on a qualitative study about social work with vulnerabledoaj:984d8ae6fce540c3ae7a3a993fc1876a fatcat:rg3u7wrvqjdypeursdzizwbsf4