Narrative Inquiry 17:2
[Narrative Inquiry, 17:2] 2007. 250 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Beyond the counter-narrative: Exploring alternative narratives of recovery from the psychiatric survivor movementAlexandra L. Adame and Roger M. Knudson | pp. 157–178
The narrative reconstruction of psychotherapyJonathan M. Adler and Dan P. McAdams | pp. 179–202
Telling stories their way: Narrative scaffolding with emergent readers and readersAlison L. Bailey and Ani C. Moughamian | pp. 203–229
But what will they say? The impact of receiving feedback on women’s relationship narrativesCarolyn Birnie and Diane Holmberg | pp. 231–258
Narratives of identity: A poststructural analysis of three Deaf women’s life storiesRachelle Hole | pp. 259–278
“My little sister had a disaster, she had a baby”: Gendered performance, relational identities, and dialogic voicingJulia Menard-Warwick | pp. 279–297
“Determined women at work”: Group construction of narrative meaningTrena M. Paulus, Marianne Woodside and Mary Ziegler | pp. 299–328
What shapes narrative thought? Effects of story type and cultureAndrea Smorti, Anne McKeough, Enrica Ciucci, Michael Pyryt, Nicki Wilson, Alex Sanderson and Tak Fung | pp. 329–347
Memories and narratives about breast cancer: Exploring associations between turning points, distress and meaningDorthe Kirkegaard Thomsen and Anders Bonde Jensen | pp. 349–370
Small stories, positioning analysis, and the doing of professional identities in learning to teachCate Watson | pp. 371–389
The state of the art in narrative inquiry: Some reflectionsBrett Smith | pp. 391–398
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