Doing narrative research [electronic resource] / edited by Molly Andrews, Corinne Squire and Maria Taboukou.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Los Angeles, [Calif.] ; London : SAGE, 2008.
Description
1 online resource (x, 159 p.)

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Examining narrative methods in the context of its multidisciplinary social science origins, this text looks at its theoretical underpinnings, while retaining an emphasis on the process of doing narrative research.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Target audience
Specialized.
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English
Contents
Cover; Contents; Notes on editors and contributors; Introduction What is narrative research?; 1 Narratives of events: Labovian narrative analysis and its limitations; 2 Experience-centred and culturally-oriented approaches to narrative; 3 Analysing narrative contexts; 4 Looking back on narrative research: An exchange; 5 Never the last word: Revisiting data; 6 A Foucauldian approach to narratives; 7 Narrating sensitive topics; 8 The public life of narratives: Ethics, politics, methods; Concluding comments; Index
ISBN
  • 1-280-29971-1
  • 9786613554628
  • 1-4462-0405-7
  • 0-85702-499-X
OCLC
  • 784885694
  • 738379960
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