Narrative Analysis: Studying the Development of Individuals in Society

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SAGE, 2004 - 300 Seiten

Narrative Analysis: Studying the Development of Individuals in Society aims to help researchers and students identify and evaluate the wealth of rationales, practices, caveats, and values of narrative inquiry for understanding human development. A rich collection of chapters articulates diverse, interdisciplinary perspectives within the integrative theme that identity and knowledge development occur in dynamic social environments.

Editors Colette Daiute and Cynthia Lightfoot have brought together an internationally renowned team of experts in narrative analysis to create a volume perfect for qualitative researchers in sociology, psychology, social work, education, and anthropology. Students, professors, and experienced researchers will find the pedagogical elements and case studies perfect for course use and professional reference.

 

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The Role of Imagination in Narrative Construction
Fantastic Self A Study of Adolescents Fictional Narratives and Aesthetic Activity as Identity Work
Cultural Modeling as a Frame for Narrative Analysis
Data are Everywhere Narrative Criticism in the Literature of Experience
SocialRelational Readings
Construction of the Cultural Self in Early Narratives
Creative Uses of Cultural Genres
Positioning With Davie Hogan Stories Tellings and Identities
Narrating and Counternarrating Illegality as an Identity
Transcendent Stories and Counternarratives in Holocaust Survivor Life Histories Searching for Meaning in VideoTestimony Archives
Women of The Greatest Generation Feeling on the Margin of Social History
Culture Continuity and the Limits of Narrativity A Comparison of the SelfNarratives of Native and NonNative Youth
Once Upon a Time A Narratologists Tale
Index
About the Editors
About the Contributors

Dilemmas of Storytelling and Identity
Reading Through the Forces of History

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Colette Daiute, Professor of Psychology at the Graduate Center, City University and teaches courses on theory, research, and methods in the human sciences. She has conducted research in diverse settings, including community centers, educational institutions, human rights organizations, television and computer technology environments, and informal community gatherings. The author of Human Development and Political Violence (Cambridge University Press), Narrative Inquiry: A Dynamic Approach (SAGE) and co-editor/author of International Perspectives on Youth Conflict and Development (Oxford University Press), and Narrative Analysis: Studying the Development of Individuals in Society (SAGE), Colette Daiute has published articles in a range of scholarly journals, including Global Studies Journal, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, Narrative Inquiry, and Journal of Social Issues. In addition to teaching courses such as “Narrative Inquiry” and “Human Development and Globalization,” she is Co-Director of the “Narrating Change” Seminar of the Center of the Humanities at the Graduate Center, CUNY. http://www.colettedaiute.org

Cynthia Lightfoot is a Professor and Program Director of Human Development and Family Studies at Penn State University, Brandywine. She received her B.A. from the University of California, Santa Cruz, her M.A. from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and her Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Cynthia Lightfoot is a Professor and Program Director of Human Development and Family Studies at Penn State University, Brandywine. She received her B.A. from the University of California, Santa Cruz, her M.A. from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and her Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

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