Narrative Inquiry

Volume 21, Issue 2 (2011)

2011.  iv, 218 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Editorial
Editorial
Michael Bamberg
189–190
Articles
Neighbourhood squabbles or claims of right? Narratives of conflict on Spanish and Catalan television
Hugh O'Donnell and Enric Castelló
191–212
Writing the self: The emergence of a dialogic space
Lisette Dillon
213–237
Attending to the disembodied character in research on professional narratives: How the performance analysis of physically disabled professionals’ personal stories provides insight into the role of the body in narratives of professional identity
Julie-Ann Scott
238–257
Intertextuality as an interpretative method in qualitative research
Ilana Elkad-Lehman and Hava Greensfeld
258–275
Constructing the (m)other: Dominant and contested narratives on mothering a child with Down syndrome
Priya Lalvani
276–293
Forum Articles
Jerome Bruner and the challenges of the narrative turn: Then and now
José González Monteagudo
295–302
Autobiographical memory and autobiographical narrative: What is the relationship?
Andrea Smorti
303–310
Narrative and the politics of meaning
Phillip L. Hammack
311–318
Identity in life narratives
Gary S. Gregg
319–328
Trouble — In, around, and between narratives
Colette Daiute
329–336
Narrating organization studies
Barbara Czarniawska
337–344
Narrative inquiry as cultural psychology: Meaning-making in a contested global world
Sunil Bhatia
345–352
Stories, probes, and games
James Paul Gee
353–357
Narrative reflections — After After Virtue
Michael Holquist
358–366
Virtuous selves in vicious times: Alasdair MacIntyre on narrative identity
Andreea Deciu Ritivoi
367–373
Narrative tensions: Perilous and productive
Kenneth J. Gergen and Mary M. Gergen
374–381
Narratives of the interactive moment
John W. Lannamann and Sheila McNamee
382–390
Narrative necessity and the fixity of meaning in a life
Andrea C. Westlund
391–398
Post-narrative — An appeal
Angela Woods
399–406
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