Narrative Inquiry

Volume 20, Issue 2 (2010)

2010.  iv, 174 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Romance and irony, personal and academic: How mothers of children with autism defend goodness and express hope
Carrie Birmingham
Narrating traumas and transgressions: Links between narrative processing, wisdom, and well-being
Cade D. Mansfield, Kate C. Mclean and Jennifer P. Lilgendahl
Big stories co-constructed: Incorporating micro-analytical interpretative procedures into biographic research
Sarah Helsig
Stabilizing violence: Structural complexity and moral transparency in penalty phase narratives
Sara Cobb
Tales of the bitter and sweet: A study of a Taiwanese master story and transgression narratives as shared cross-generationally in Taiwanese families
Todd L. Sandel
Narrative inquiry for school-based research
Shijing Xu and Michael Connelly
Commentary papers
Why and why not? Narrative approaches in the social sciences
Betsy Rymes
Over-stating claims for story and for narrative inquiry: A cautionary note
Mary M. Juzwik
Still desperately seeking identity: Narrative inquiry for schools
Diane R. Wood
Another turn to narrative practice
Jaber F. Gubrium
The practice of narrative
Donald E. Polkinghorne
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