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Making Meaning of Narratives
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Making Meaning of Narratives

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May 1999 | 296 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The sixth volume in this series provides: guides for doing qualitative research; analysis of several autobiographies; hints on how to interpret what it not said in narrative interviews; discussion on how cultural meanings and values are transmitted across generations; and illustrations of the transformational power of stories.
Ruthellen Josselson
Introduction
June Price
In Acknowledgment
A Review and Critique of Qualitative Research Techniques

 
Paul John Eakin
Autobiography and the Value Structures of Ordinary Experience
Marianne Gullestad's Everyday Life Philosophers

 

Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen
`Black Holes' as Sites for Self-Constructions
Annie G Rogers et al
An Interpretive Poetics of Languages of the Unsayable
Wendy Holloway and Tony Jefferson
Gender, Generation, Anxiety, and the Reproduction of Culture
Beverly Mizrachi
The Recruitment of Women into the Academic Elite in Israel
Anna's Narrative

 
Tineke A Abma
Powerful Stories
The Role of Stories in Sustaining and Transforming Professional Practice within a Mental Hospital

 
Barbara Crowther
Writing as Performance
Young Girls' Diaries

 
Dora Shu-fang Dien
Ding Ling and Miss Sophie's Diary
A Psychobiographical Study of Adolescent Identity Formation

 
Elina Haavio-Mannila and J P Roos
Love Stories in Sexual Autobiographies

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