Researching Family Narratives
- Ann Phoenix - University College London, UK
- Julia Brannen - Insitute of Education, University of London
- Corinne Squire - University of East London, UK
Case Study & Narrative Analysis | Family Research Methods | Qualitative Research (General)
- Examples of real research into historical and contemporary family practices from around the world.
- Coverage of both traditional and cutting-edge topics, like multi-method approaches, online research, and paradata.
- Practical advice from leading figures in the field on how to incorporate these methods and data sources into family narrative research.
With accessible language and features that help readers reflect on and internalize key concepts, this book helps readers navigate researching family lives with confidence and ease.
An easy to understand resource which is useful for postgraduate students and other people interested in Research.
This is an outstanding contribution to narrative research and the understanding of every day practices in families. Through creative combinations of narrative approaches and methods, the book demonstrates how narrative analysis is a key resource for research in family history, identities and practices. An indispensable work for students and scholars.