Narrative Inquiry

Volume 15, Issue 2 (2005)

2005.  241 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Contents
iii–iv
Narrating singleness: Life stories and deficit identities
Jill Reynolds and Stephanie Taylor
197–215
Young people's stories of conflict and development in Post-war Croatia
Colette Daiute and Maja Turniski
217–239
Improving story complexity and cohesion: A developmental approach to teaching story composition
Anne McKeough, Lynn Davis, Nicole Forgeron, Anthony Marini and Tak Fung
241–266
Narrative positioning and the construction of situated identities: Evidence from conversations of a group of young people in Greece
Argiris Archakis and Angeliki Tzanne
267–291
Identity commitments in personal stories of mental illness on the internet
Raya A. Jones
293–322
The dark side of tellability
Neal R. Norrick
323–343
Participant transposition in Senegalese oral narrative
Sabina M. Perrino
345–375
Children's narratives of sexual abuse: What characterizes them and how do they contribute to meaning-making?
Svein Mossige, Tine K. Jensen, Wenke Gulbrandsen, Sissel Reichelt and Odd Arne Tjersland
377–404
Narratives of West Bank women settlers in “multi-problem families” A case of conflicting master-narratives
Chaya Possick
405–420
Review of Elliott (2005): Using narrative in social research: Qualitative and quantitative approaches
Reviewed by Maria Claudia Oliveira
421–429
Contents Volume 15
431–432
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2017. ‘We go to the bush to prove that we are also men’: traditional circumcision and masculinity in the accounts of men who have sex with men in township communities in South Africa. Culture, Health & Sexuality 19:3  pp. 279 ff. DOI logo
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Subjects

Main BIC Subject

CF: Linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General