Journal of Narrative and Life History 1:2/3
[Journal of Narrative and Life History, 1:2/3] 1991.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins
Table of Contents
"Once Upon a Time . . . ."Elliot G. Mishler | pp. 101–108
Remembering and Telling: A Developmental StoryKatherine Nelson | pp. 109–127
Plans, Routines, and Memories: Inspired Telling—A Response to Katherine NelsonAllyssa McCabe | pp. 129–133
Narrative and Self-ConceptDonald E. Polkinghorne | pp. 135–153
Conceptualization Via Narrative: A Discussion of Donald E. Polkinghorne's "Narrative and Self-Concept"Michael Bamberg | pp. 155–167
The Life Story and the Study of Resilience and Response to AdversityBertram J. Cohler | pp. 169–200
Animadversions on Adversity, Ruminations on Resilience: A Quasi-Commentary on Bertram J. Cohler's Article, "The Life Story and the Study of Resilience and Response to Adversity"Bernie Kaplan | pp. 201–211
Perspectives on Embodiment: The Uses of Narrativity in Ethnographic WritingKatharine Young | pp. 213–243
Commentary on "Perspectives on Embodiment: The Uses of Narrativity in Ethnographic Writing" by Katharine YoungSusan E. Bell | pp. 245–248
Narrative Thought and Narrative LanguageReviewed by Brian Sutton-Smith | pp. 249–252
Acts of MeaningMasahiko Minami | pp. 253–254
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