Discursive Navigation of Employable Identities in the Narratives of Former Refugees

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Incorporating both interview and workplace data, this book examines the discursive and social challenges that former refugees encounter as they navigate successes and failures in the New Zealand labour market. Over five chapters of microlevel discourse analysis – drawing on Bamberg & Georgakopoulou’s (2008) positioning, and interactional sociolinguistic literature – themes emerge of narrative, social and cultural capital (Bourdieu, 1986), linguistic agency, and wider capital-D Discourses (Gee, 1990) surrounding refugeehood. Of particular interest in this study is the inclusion of a longitudinal study of former refugees’ trajectories in the labour market, and the combination of both interview and authentic workplace interactional data, providing rich insight into the multiple and ongoing challenges new arrivals face in their negotiation of employability. This book will be of interest to those engaged in research around migration (particularly those focused on forced migration), employment, language and identity, and narrative identity.
[Studies in Narrative, 27]  2020.  x, 228 pp.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction and aims
1–12
Chapter 2. Theoretical and conceptual framework
13–34
Chapter 3. Methodology
35–54
Chapter 4. Participants
55–59
Chapter 5. Identity in narrative
61–80
Chapter 6. Navigating structure and agency
81–101
Chapter 7. Social and cultural capital
103–121
Chapter 8. A longitudinal exploration of employable identity negotiation
123–146
Chapter 9. Negotiating an employable identity in the workplace
147–168
Chapter 10. Discussion
169–183
Chapter 11. Conclusion
185–195
References
197–225
Index
227–228
“[T]his book is an excellent resource for scholars as well as under/postgraduate students interested in discourse analytic perspectives on narrative identities, (forced) migration and issues around employment/employability.”
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