Narrative Inquiry

Narrative Inquiry is devoted to providing a forum for theoretical, empirical, and methodological work on narrative. Articles appearing in Narrative Inquiry draw upon a variety of approaches and methodologies in the study of narrative as a way to give contour to experience, tradition, and values to next generations. Particular emphasis is placed on theoretical approaches to narrative and the analysis of narratives in human interaction, including those practiced by researchers in psychology, linguistics and related disciplines.

Narrative Inquiry is the continuation of the Journal of Narrative and Life History, originally published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Narrative Inquiry publishes its articles Online First.

Sample issue: NI 27:1
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Editors
Allyssa McCabe | University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Associate Editor
Masahiko Minami | San Francisco State University
Editorial Board
Molly Andrews | University of East London
Alison L. Bailey | University of California, Los Angeles
Liliana Cabral Bastos | Pontificia Universidad Catolica
Greer Cavallaro Johnson | Griffith University
Chien-ju Chang | National Taiwan Normal University
Anna De Fina | Georgetown University
Mark Freeman | College of the Holy Cross
James Paul Gee | University of Wisconsin, Madison
Alexandra Georgakopoulou | Kings's College, London
Lars-Christer Hydén | Linköping University
Matti Hyvärinen | Tampere University
Minjeong Kim | University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Ageliki Nicolopoulou | Lehigh University
Neal R. Norrick | University of Saarbrücken
Elinor Ochs | University of California, Los Angeles
Sabina Perrino | Binghamton University (SUNY)
Uta M. Quasthoff | University of Dortmund
Elaine Reese | University of Otago
Catherine E. Snow | Harvard University
Lesley Stirling | The University of Melbourne
Fangfang Zhang | University of Massachusetts Lowell
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Latest articles

20 February 2020

  • “Stories that are worth spreading”: A communicative model of TED talk narratives
    Nahla Nadeem
  • 10 February 2020

  • Entextualizing and contextualizing the status quo in domestic violence narratives
    Jennifer Andrus
  • 16 October 2019

  • The rhetoric of factuality in narrative: Appeals to authority in Claas Relotius’s feature journalism
    Samuli Björninen | NI 29:2 (2019) pp. 352–370
  • “I can tell the difference between fiction and reality”: Cross-fictionality and Mind-style in political rhetoric
    Sam Browse & Mari Hatavara | NI 29:2 (2019) pp. 333–351
  • Real fictions: Fictionality, factuality and narrative strategies in contemporary storytelling
    Sam Browse, Alison Gibbons & Mari Hatavara | NI 29:2 (2019) pp. 245–267
  • The “dissolving margins” of Elena Ferrante and the Neapolitan novels: A cognitive approach to fictionality, authorial intentionality, and autofictional reading strategies
    Alison Gibbons | NI 29:2 (2019) pp. 391–417
  • Conspicuous fabrications: Speculative fiction as a tool for confronting the post-truth discourse
    Elise Kraatila | NI 29:2 (2019) pp. 418–433
  • The paradox of imagining the post-human world: Fictional and factual rhetorical strategies in Alan Weisman’s The World Without Us
    Maria Laakso | NI 29:2 (2019) pp. 371–390
  • Making fiction out of fact: Attention and belief in the discourse of conspiracy
    Jessica Mason | NI 29:2 (2019) pp. 293–312
  • Narrative warfare: The ‘careless’ reinterpretation of literary canon in online antifeminism
    Matias Nurminen | NI 29:2 (2019) pp. 313–332
  • Adjusting to new “truths”: The relation between the spatio-temporal context and identity work in repeated WWII-testimonies
    Kim Schoofs & Dorien Van De Mieroop | NI 29:2 (2019) pp. 268–292
  • 2 July 2019

  • Digital storytelling: Using new technology affordances to organize during high uncertainty
    Ashley K. Barrett | NI 29:1 (2019) pp. 213–243
  • Generational styles in oral storytelling: What can be learned from narrative priming?
    Annette Gerstenberg | NI 29:1 (2019) pp. 1–28
  • Personal narrative skills of Urdu speaking preschoolers
    Saboor Zafar Hamdani, Tehreem Arshad, Sharmeen Aslam Tarar & Rukhsana Kausar | NI 29:1 (2019) pp. 50–81
  • Psychotherapist Interventions Coding System (PICS): A systematic analysis of rhetoric mechanisms in psychotherapy
    Olga Herrero, Adriana Aulet, Daniela Alves, Catarina Rosa & Lluís Botella | NI 29:1 (2019) pp. 157–184
  • Stability of hidden stories
    Dariusz Kuncewicz, Dorota Kuncewicz & Wojciech Kruszewski | NI 29:1 (2019) pp. 82–98
  • Narrative assessments with first grade Spanish-English emergent bilinguals: Spontaneous versus retell conditions
    Audrey Lucero & Yuuko Uchikoshi | NI 29:1 (2019) pp. 137–156
  • With and without Zanzibar: Liminal diaspora voices and the memory of the revolution
    Roberta Piazza | NI 29:1 (2019) p. 99
  • Greek women’s stories about intimate relationships: Conceptualizing politeness through “small stories” and identity analysis
    Vasiliki Saloustrou | NI 29:1 (2019) pp. 185–212
  • Letter to a grandchild as a narrative tool of older adults’ biographical experience exploration
    Urszula Tokarska, Elżbieta Dryll & Anna Cierpka | NI 29:1 (2019) pp. 29–49
  • 19 October 2018

  • Building stories: Exploring participant experiences and research relationships
    Michelle L. Elliot & Aaron Bonsall | NI 28:2 pp. 330–345
  • Where the husbands stand: A comparative analysis of stance-taking in English and Japanese narratives about child rearing
    Risako Ide | NI 28:2 pp. 215–236
  • Ecological landscape in narrative thought: How siege survivors employ prepositions to make sense of war-torn Sarajevo
    Luka Lucić & Elizabeth Bridges | NI 28:2 pp. 346–372
  • Negation in narrative: Why say what didn’t happen?
    Neal R. Norrick | NI 28:2 pp. 373–395
  • Affect as narrative action in the Global South: An analysis of small stories about transnational same-sex relationships in Cambodia
    Benedict J. L. Rowlett | NI 28:2 pp. 237–256
  • TCU-initial backchannel overlap in storytelling
    Christoph Rühlemann | NI 28:2 pp. 257–279
  • Are you talking to me? How identity is constructed on police-owned Facebook sites
    Zoe Walkington, Graham Pike, Ailsa Strathie, Catriona Havard, Hayley Ness & Virginia Harrison | NI 28:2 pp. 280–300
  • The effect of the audience on the spoken narrative of Chinese children
    Juan Wang, Maria Evangelou & Shanshan Xu | NI 28:2 pp. 301–329
  • 27 September 2018

  • Passing on the experience of psychotherapy and healing: Letters of adolescents who have been victims of sexual abuse to another
    Claudia Capella, Loreto Rodríguez, Ximena Lama & Gretchen Beiza | NI 28:1 (2018) pp. 119–138
  • Learning English in Catalonia: Beliefs and emotions through small stories and iterativity
    Irati Diert-Boté & Xavier Martin-Rubió | NI 28:1 (2018) pp. 56–74
  • Evaluating evaluation: Interactional positioning and embodied narration in police interviews
    Kristin Enola Gilbert | NI 28:1 (2018) pp. 1–29
  • Identities of accommodation; identities of resistance: Korean American women and meaning making during and post college
    Matthew James Graziano, Sumie Okazaki, Grace Chun & Sophie P. Barnes | NI 28:1 (2018) pp. 75–93
  • Confirming two cultures: Negotiation of negative evaluation in the narratives of adult learners of Irish in post-conflict Northern Ireland
    Anthea Irwin | NI 28:1 (2018) p. 94
  • How reading narratives can improve our fitness to survive: A Mental Simulation Model
    Kobie van Krieken | NI 28:1 (2018) pp. 139–160
  • From personal narrative to global call for action: The case of Yezidi survivor Nadia Murad
    Balsam Mustafa | NI 28:1 (2018) pp. 161–180
  • A story more real than reality: The interactional organization of experientiality
    Hanna Rautajoki | NI 28:1 (2018) pp. 181–197
  • After asylum: Hermeneutic composability in former refugee narratives
    Jeremy A. Rud | NI 28:1 (2018) pp. 30–55
  • Evaluating place in orientations of narratives of internal migration: ‘Mississippi is just like a boring place to me’
    Lyn Wright | NI 28:1 (2018) pp. 198–214
  • 6 October 2017

  • Narratives of memories and dialogue in multicultural classrooms: Analysis of workshops based on the use of photography
    Claudio Baraldi & Vittorio Iervese | NI 27:2 (2017) pp. 398–417
  • Online retellings and the viral transformation of a twitter breakup story
    Anna De Fina & Brittany Toscano Gore | NI 27:2 (2017) pp. 235–260
  • Sharing the moment as small stories: The interplay between practices & affordances in the social media-curation of lives
    Alexandra Georgakopoulou | NI 27:2 (2017) pp. 311–333
  • Multiple selves: Gujarati women’s narratives of mothering a child with an intellectual disability
    Aesha John & Lucy E. Bailey | NI 27:2 (2017) pp. 357–377
  • Recontextualizing racialized stories on YouTube
    Sabina Perrino | NI 27:2 (2017) pp. 261–285
  • “Brown eyes are not the same as blue eyes”: Educational narratives, identities and positioning in adult education in Denmark
    Anke Piekut | NI 27:2 (2017) pp. 378–397
  • “We are going to our Portuguese homeland!”: French Luso-descendants’ diasporic Facebook conarrations of vacation return trips to Portugal
    Isabelle Simões Marques & Michèle Koven | NI 27:2 (2017) pp. 286–310
  • Challenging the bounds of tellability: The interactional management of a bullying narrative within a girl group theme discussion
    Johanna Svahn & Marie Karlsson | NI 27:2 (2017) pp. 334–356
  • “My life has changed forever!”: Narrative identities in parodies of Amazon reviews
    Camilla Vásquez | NI 27:2 (2017) pp. 217–234
  • Introduction: “Storytelling in the digital age”: New challenges
    Anna De Fina & Sabina Perrino | NI 27:2 (2017) pp. 209–216
  • 21 July 2017

  • Story sequencing and stereotyping: A case study from talk about the crowded buses of China
    Katherine Bischoping & Zhipeng Gao | NI 27:1 (2017) p. 85
  • Restructuring structural narrative analysis using Campbell’s monomyth to understand participant narratives
    Joshua Cruz & Nadia Kellam | NI 27:1 (2017) pp. 169–186
  • Me and my custodial sentence: A case study on categorization work of young defendants
    Bernd Dollinger & Tobias Froeschle | NI 27:1 (2017) pp. 66–84
  • Talent stories in youth sports: Discursively shared narratives of success
    Magnus Kilger | NI 27:1 (2017) pp. 47–65
  • Narrative performances of user involvement among service users in mental health care
    Rita K. Klausen, Marie Karlsson, Svein Haugsgjerd & Geir Fagerjord Lorem | NI 27:1 (2017) pp. 149–168
  • Narrating “Made in Italy”: Brand and responsibility in Italian corporations
    Gregory Kohler & Sabina Perrino | NI 27:1 (2017) pp. 187–207
  • Narratives of sex-segregated professional identities
    Lisa McEntee-Atalianis & Lia Litosseliti | NI 27:1 (2017) pp. 1–23
  • Narrating “Made in Italy”: Brand and responsibility in Italian corporations
    Sabina Perrino & Gregory Kohler | NI 27:1 (2017) pp. 187–207
  • Tellability, frame and silence: The emergence of internment memory
    Ulla Savolainen | NI 27:1 (2017) pp. 24–46
  • “Losing my religion”: Identity (re)constructions in Mormon exit narratives
    Kristina M. Scharp & Aubrey L. Beck | NI 27:1 (2017) pp. 132–148
  • Multimodal life history narrative: Embodied identity, discursive transitions and uncomfortable silences
    Clare Woolhouse | NI 27:1 (2017) pp. 109–131
  • 2016

  • Sequentiality in the narratives of Tirax, an oceanic language spoken on Malakula, Vanuatu
    Amanda Brotchie | NI 26:2 pp. 340–375
  • Represented experience in Gun-nartpa storyworlds
    Margaret Carew | NI 26:2 pp. 286–311
  • That’s how it is there: Place, self and others in Indonesian narrative
    Dwi Noverini Djenar | NI 26:2 pp. 402–429
  • Reiterative construction of narrative: A storytelling device from Javanese conversation
    Michael C. Ewing | NI 26:2 pp. 376–401
  • Multimodal complexity in sand story narratives
    Jennifer Green | NI 26:2 pp. 312–339
  • Expression of the interpersonal connection between narrators and characters in Umpila and Kuuku Ya’u storytelling
    Clair Hill | NI 26:2 pp. 257–285
  • Linguistic cues for recipient design in an Indigenous Australian conversational narrative
    Ilana Mushin | NI 26:2 pp. 217–256
  • Narrative in ‘societies of intimates’: Common ground and what makes a story
    Lesley Stirling & Jennifer Green | NI 26:2 pp. 173–192
  • “What the hell was in that wine?”: Entitlement to launch and develop stories within a multiparty context
    Tania Strahan & Lesley Stirling | NI 26:2 pp. 430–480
  • Ten postulates concerning narrative in Aboriginal Australia
    Michael Walsh | NI 26:2 pp. 193–216
  • 2016

  • Narrative, trauma, and self-interpretation: Using Ricœur’s Petite éthique to understand the moral experience of bereaved fathers
    William Affleck, Gaëlle Fiasse & Mary Ellen Macdonald | NI 26:1 pp. 108–129
  • Parents have lives, too! Adolescents’ and early adults’ narratives about their parents
    Magdalena Budziszewska & Janina Pietrzak | NI 26:1 pp. 130–149
  • ‘I sort of did stuff to him’: A case study of tellability and taboo in young people’s talk about sex
    Clare Jackson | NI 26:1 pp. 150–170
  • The United States of wealth: The communicative construction of master and counter narratives of prosperity in the aftermath of the Great Recession
    Chenthuran Jayachandiran, Kathryn E. Harrison, Tamara D. Afifi & Sharde M. Davis | NI 26:1 pp. 39–63
  • “I hope they have a lot of Vania out there”: Narrative-in-interview, positioning, and ideologies of language and identity in Hawai‘i
    Priscila Leal | NI 26:1 pp. 1–21
  • Stories of (self)-introduction for communicative effectiveness of an institutionalized storytelling performance
    Soe Marlar Lwin | NI 26:1 pp. 64–87
  • Homeward bound: Enacted narratives of the return to home after a short-term stay at a psychiatric centre
    Lena A. Ulfseth, Staffan Josephsson & Sissel Alsaker | NI 26:1 pp. 22–38
  • Narrative integration of identity following trauma Life-stories of immigrants granted asylum in Australia following prolonged detention
    Andrew J. Witney & Glen Bates | NI 26:1 p. 88
  • 2015

  • Forms of identities and levels of positioning: A practice theoretical approach to narrative interviewing
    Stefan Bernhard | NI 25:2 pp. 340–360
  • Long-term significance of immigration
    Julia Chaitin & Rotem Sternberg | NI 25:2 pp. 316–339
  • Speaking with others involves placing ourselves explicitly as authors in the research text
    Gail Crimmins | NI 25:2 pp. 301–315
  • Incoherence matters: Life-stories after fundamental regime-change
    Anselma Gallinat | NI 25:2 pp. 283–300
  • ‘Performing identity’: A narrative analysis of young people’s talk of intimate partner violence
    Adele Marais | NI 25:2 pp. 242–263
  • Issues of representation in narrative methodology in health research
    Priscilla Medeiros | NI 25:2 pp. 361–371
  • Autobiographical narrative: An exploration of identity construction processes in relation to gender and race
    Nahla Nadeem | NI 25:2 pp. 224–241
  • Using literary metaphor and characters as structural and symbolic tools: Creating a layered story world while preserving participant anonymity
    Deborah Netolicky | NI 25:2 pp. 264–282
  • A sketch of Theodore R. Sarbin’s life
    Karl E. Scheibe & Frank J. Barrett | NI 25:2 pp. 372–399
  • Making sense of immigration processes: Overcoming narrative disruption
    Berta Vall & Lluís Botella | NI 25:2 pp. 203–223
  • 2015

  • Using storytelling in culturally situated ways to persuade
    Yanrong (Yvonne) Chang | NI 25:1 pp. 131–147
  • Discourse organization in parent-led narratives: Storytelling in Basque and Spanish
    Feli Etxeberria, Verónica Azpillaga, Nahia Intxausti, Asunción Martínez-Arbelaiz, Iñaki Pikabea & Anat Stavans | NI 25:1 pp. 70–90
  • How emotional content of memories changes in narrating
    Chiara Fioretti & Andrea Smorti | NI 25:1 pp. 37–56
  • Literary narrative as a cognitive structure in the brain
    Mario Garcia | NI 25:1 pp. 22–36
  • Disabled & not normal: Identity construction after an acquired brain injury
    Chalotte Glintborg | NI 25:1 pp. 1–21
  • Between word and text in life narratives: Using discourse synthesis to model processes
    James R. King & Norman A. Stahl | NI 25:1 pp. 184–202
  • Feminist revision of oral history methodology for the study of armed conflicts: The case of ETA women
    Zuriñe Rodríguez Lara & Sergio Villanueva Baselga | NI 25:1 pp. 57–69
  • Migrant identities in narrative practice: In-/out-group constructions of ‘comrades’ and ‘rivals’ in storytelling about transnational life
    Maria Sabaté Dalmau | NI 25:1 p. 91
  • More than Native American narratives: Temporal shifting and authentic identities
    Anastacia M. Schulhoff | NI 25:1 pp. 166–183
  • “I won’t change who I am for anyone”: Muslim women’s narrative identities
    Audrey Scranton | NI 25:1 pp. 148–165
  • Multimodal figuration of product stories: Experience crossing and creating empathy
    Ming-Yu Tseng | NI 25:1 pp. 113–130
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