Narrative Inquiry 16:2
[Narrative Inquiry, 16:2] 2006. 188 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
“I was my momma baby. I was my daddy gal”: Strategic stories of successAline Gubrium | pp. 231–253
Narrative identity and sexual differenceVarpu Löyttyniemi | pp. 255–274
Linking early narrative skill to later language and reading ability in Mandarin-speaking children: A longitudinal study over eight yearsChien-ju Chang | pp. 275–293
The political work of narratives: A dialogic analysis of two slave narrativesOwen Whooley | pp. 295–318
“Here started the rift we see today”: Student and textbook narratives between official and counter memoryTsafrir Goldberg, Dan Porat and Baruch Schwarz | pp. 319–347
Consistency and change in the repeated narratives of Holocaust survivorsBrian Schiff, Heather Skillingstead, Olivia Archibald, Alex Arasim and Jenny Peterson | pp. 349–377
Producing culturally appropriate narratives in English as a foreign language: A discourse analysis of Korean EFL learners’ written narrativesJennifer Yusun Kang | pp. 379–407
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