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Gregory, Sheila
2010. Narrative approaches to healthcare research. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 17:12  pp. 630 ff. Crossref logo
Haraldstad, Åse & Aslaug Kristiansen
2020. Building bridges – between the pre-service teachers’ school experiences and the teaching of an educational content. A narrative approach. Journal of Curriculum Studies 52:5  pp. 608 ff. Crossref logo
Herman, Luc & Bart Vervaeck
2017. A Theory of Narrative in Culture. Poetics Today 38:4  pp. 605 ff. Crossref logo
Johnstone, Barbara
2016. ‘Oral versions of personal experience’: Labovian narrative analysis and its uptake. Journal of Sociolinguistics 20:4  pp. 542 ff. Crossref logo
Lambrou, Marina
2014. Narrative, text and time: Telling the same story twice in the oral narrative reporting of 7/7. Language and Literature: International Journal of Stylistics 23:1  pp. 32 ff. Crossref logo
Lambrou, Marina
2019.  In Disnarration and the Unmentioned in Fact and Fiction,  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Lambrou, Marina
2019.  In Disnarration and the Unmentioned in Fact and Fiction,  pp. 7 ff. Crossref logo
Lambrou, Marina
2019.  In Disnarration and the Unmentioned in Fact and Fiction,  pp. 63 ff. Crossref logo
Lambrou, Marina
2019.  In Disnarration and the Unmentioned in Fact and Fiction,  pp. 103 ff. Crossref logo
Page, Ruth E.
2002. Evaluation in childbirth narratives told by women and men. Discourse Studies 4:1  pp. 99 ff. Crossref logo
Persaud, Indra
2019. Insider and Outsider Analysis: Constructing, Deconstructing, and Reconstructing Narratives of Seychelles’ Geography Education. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 18  pp. 160940691984243 ff. Crossref logo
Sundaram, Vanita
2016. “You Can Try, But You Won’t Stop It. It’ll Always Be There”. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 31:4  pp. 652 ff. Crossref logo
Wagenaar, Hendrik
2001. Telling Tales: On Evaluation and Narrative. Administrative Theory & Praxis 23:1  pp. 109 ff. Crossref logo

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