Narrative Inquiry

Volume 9, Issue 1 (1999)

1999.  
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Telling Tales: A Complicated Narrative About Courtship
Greer Cavallaro Johnson
1–23
The Function of Self-Aggrandizement in Storytelling
Miguel Oliveira
25–47
"I Hear from People Who Read Torah... ": Reported Speech, Genres and Gender Relations in Personal Narrative
Esther Schely-Newman
49–68
Life Story Coherence and its Relation to Psychological Well-Being
Dana Royce Baerger and Dan P. McAdams
69–96
Remembering as Social Practice: Identity and Life Story Work in Transitions of Care for People with Profound Learning Disabilities
David Middleton and Helen L. Hewitt
97–121
Adult Children of Parents with Learning Difficulties: Stereotypical Outcomes and The Reporting of Narrative Research
Tim Booth
123–137
The Transformation of Narrative Syntax into Institutional Memory
Charlotte Linde
139–174
Commentaries
(Re)discovering culture: The narrative production of social memory
Geoffrey M. White
175–180
Institutional narrative: Culture, professionalization and depersonalization
Britt-Louise Gunnarsson
181–186
Thoughts on institutional memory: Narrative constructions and future time
Gelya Frank
187–195
A Memory of Many Mondays
Jenny Cook-Gumperz
197–202
Research notes
What do children tell in their own stories: Opening up children's narrative culture
Niina Rutanen
203–206
All Quiet on the Western Front and understanding of psychological trauma
Nigel Hunt
207–212
Publication Announcement
213–214
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Dennis, Barbara
2016. Myths of monoculturalism: narratively claiming the other. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 29:9  pp. 1069 ff. DOI logo
Wong, Alexander E., Shrija R. Dirghangi & Shelley R. Hart
2019. Self-concept clarity mediates the effects of adverse childhood experiences on adult suicide behavior, depression, loneliness, perceived stress, and life distress. Self and Identity 18:3  pp. 247 ff. DOI logo

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Narrative Studies