Narrative Research Now (inbunden)
Inbunden (Hardback)
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Bristol University Press
Thomson, Rachel (foreword)/Johns, Diana (contributions)/McDonald, Dave (contributions)/Bortz, Martin (contributions)/Dean, Liz (contributions)/Strauven, Sarah (contributions)/Diprose, Rachael (contributions)/Henningham, Nikki (contributions)/Aayeshah, Wajeehah (contributions)/Johns, Diana (contribut
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Narrative Research Now (inbunden)

Narrative Research Now

Critical Perspectives on the Promise of Stories

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2023-12-01
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At a time of contested realities and a renewed focus on the power of personal stories, narrative research is as relevant as ever. But while it has been praised for giving voice to individuals and highlighting how they make sense of the social world, critics are starting to question which voices are being heard, or allowed to speak, and which experiences are made to count. Supported by the editors popular podcast Narrative Now, this interdisciplinary volume addresses timely concerns about representation, power, voice, and the ethics of storytelling. Contributors explore the capacities and limitations of narrative research, and map out new directions for the field while honouring its legacy.
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Ashley Barnwell is Senior Lecturer of Sociology at the University of Melbourne. Signe Ravn is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Melbourne.


Foreword Rachel Thomson 1. Narrative Now: Trends and Tensions - Ashley Barnwell and Signe Ravn Part 1: Institutional Authority and Counter-Stories 2. Telling Stories with Ribbons: Visual Acknowledgment in the Wake of Child Sexual Abuse - Dave McDonald 3. Policy Narratives and Policy Change: The Case of Pill Testing - Martin Bortz 4. The Criminalised Other as Storyteller: The Promise and Peril of Bringing Lived Experience into the Classroom - Diana Johns Part 2: Tellable and Untellable Stories 5. Ethical Weaving: Creative Narrations of Family Trauma and Resilience - Wajeehah Aayeshah 6. I cant believe how much I've done: Joan and The Evolution of Her Life Story - Nikki Henningham Part 3: The Ethics of Representation 7. Songs as Narratives: Ethical Tensions in Midnight Oils Dead Heart (1986) and Gadigal Land (2020) - Liz Dean 8. Reading Back as a Way to Give Back? A Narrative Practice-informed Method for Interview-based Research - Sarah Strauven 9. Narrating Women's Life Histories: Voice, Audience, Ethics - Rachael Diprose 10. Narrative Next: Ways Forward for Narrative Research - Ashley Barnwell and Signe Ravn