Narrative Inquiry

Online-First Articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet been published in an issue.

14 September 2021

Pre-adolescents narrate classroom experience: Integrating socioemotional and spatiotemporal sensitivities
Isabella Fante and Colette Daiute | 27 pp.

23 August 2021

Narrative evaluation in patient feedback: A study of online comments about UK healthcare services
Gavin Brookes, Tony McEnery, Mark McGlashan, Gillian Crampton-Smith and Mark Wilkinson | 27 pp.

5 August 2021

Forgiveness through Writing: Exploring the effects of narrative completeness, emotional expression, and physiology on forgiveness
John Patrick Crowley, Amanda Denes, Ambyre Ponivas, Shana Makos and Joseph Whitt | 30 pp.

12 July 2021

Emotional engagement in expressive writing: Clinical and discursive perspectives
Daphna Sabo Mordechay, Zohar Eviatar and Bracha Nir | 34 pp.

23 June 2021

Small stories in short interactions: The functions of narratives in care home worker interactions
Almut Koester | 22 pp.

10 June 2021

Narrating organisational identity: Staff positions in a fast-growing Danish airport
Lise-Lotte Holmgreen | 24 pp.

8 June 2021

The moral work of becoming a professional: The interactional practices of storytelling in professional peer mentoring groups
Riikka Nissi and Anne Pässilä | 25 pp.

18 May 2021

“I tell you don’t trust the French” National stereotypes in workplace narratives
Michael Handford | 26 pp.

31 March 2021

The power of narrative: The emotional impact of the life story interview
Ariana F. Turner, Henry R. Cowan, Rembrandt Otto-Meyer and Dan P. McAdams | 29 pp.

30 March 2021

Review of Loseke (2019): Narrative productions of meanings: Exploring the work of stories in social life
Charlotte L. Wilinsky | 4 pp.

25 March 2021

“I AM HERE AND I MATTER” Virtue signaling and moral-political stance in progressive activists’ Facebook posts
Lauren R. Zentz | 26 pp.

23 March 2021

Review of Fodor (2020): Ethnic subjectivity in intergenerational memory narratives: The politics of the untold
Roberta Piazza | 4 pp.

22 March 2021

“Beloved monster” A narrative inquiry into autobiographical writings of Frida Kahlo
Athena Androutsopoulou, Ioannis Kalyvopoulos, Emmanuel Koukidis, Georgia Koutsavgousti, Ioanna Passa, Eleni Tarnara and Charikleia Tsatsaroni | 19 pp.

4 March 2021

‘I have her image of bringing me cherries as an offer’: Exploring belonging and trust in cross-border business collaboration through storytelling
Christina Efthymiadou and Jo Angouri | 18 pp.
Difficulties with telling the truth in non-fictive narratives and the issue of fictionalization
Katarzyna Filutowska | 20 pp.

22 February 2021

Presenting self and aligning as a team through narratives of victimhood among Kazakh-speaking village neighbors
Aisulu Kulbayeva | 34 pp.

3 November 2020

Clinicians’ narratives in the era of evidence-based practice: A sociolinguistic exploration of the role of narratives in staff meetings
Mariana Virginia Lazzaro-Salazar | 22 pp.

29 October 2020

Small stories with big implications: Identity, relationality and aesthetics in accounts of enigmatic communication
Robin Wooffitt, Alicia Fuentes-Calle and Rebecca Campbell | 22 pp.

27 October 2020

Narrative accounts and their influence on treatment recommendations in medical interviews
Amy Fioramonte | 30 pp.
Narrative practices in debt collection encounters
Leigh Harrington | 23 pp.

24 September 2020

But what about the beginning?” Young children’s independent narrative structure and how mothers promote chronological coherence during narrative conversations
Kimberly R. Kelly, Grace Ocular, Jennifer Zamudio and Jesus Plascencia | 28 pp.

17 September 2020

Preparing students for intentional conversations with older adults: Putting Story Theory into action
Margaret McAllister, Leanne Dodd, Colleen Ryan and Donna Lee Brien | 19 pp.

28 July 2020

Desire, liturgy, and the joint construction of narrative in a teacher preparation program
Ian Parker Renga | 31 pp.

8 July 2020

The continuum of identities in immigrant students’ narratives in Greece
Argiris Archakis | 31 pp.

2 July 2020

Catching identities in flight : Sharing stories of discriminatory experiences during workplace small talk
Catho Jacobs, Dorien Van De Mieroop and Colette Van Laar | 22 pp.