Narrative Inquiry 15:1
[Narrative Inquiry, 15:1] 2005. iv, 196 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Negotiating meaning in narratives: An investigation of the interactional construction of the punchline and the post punchline sequencesSusanne Kjaerbeck and Birte Asmuß | pp. 1–24
The narrative formation of identity revisited: Narrative construction, agency and the unconsciousPeter Redman | pp. 25–44
Self-narration as rehearsal: A discursive approach to the narrative formation of identityStephanie Taylor | pp. 45–50
Actantial analysis: Greimas's structural approach to the analysis of self-narrativesYong Wang and Carl W. Roberts | pp. 51–74
Thin and thick narrative analysis: On the question of defining and analyzing political narrativesShaul R. Shenhav | pp. 75–99
Variations in maternal narrative styles during book reading interactionsGigliana Melzi and Margaret Caspe | pp. 101–125
A narrative analysis of behaviourally troubled adolescents' life storiesAlex Sanderson and Anne McKeough | pp. 127–160
Revisiting the black Jesus: Re-emplotting a narrative through multiple retellingsMary B. McVee | pp. 161–195
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