Narrative Inquiry 20:1
[Narrative Inquiry, 20:1] 2010. iii, 224 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
All in the family: Small stories and narrative construction of a shared family identity that includes petsAlla V. Tovares | pp. 1–19
“We had a wonderful time” Individual sibling voices in the joint construction of a family ethos through narrative performanceCatherine Evans Davies | pp. 20–36
Small stories as resources for performing teacher identity: Identity-in-interaction in an urban language arts classroomMary M. Juzwik and Denise Ives | pp. 37–61
The relevance of narrative ratifications in talk-in-interaction for Japanese pre-service teachers of EnglishBrian D. Rugen | pp. 62–81
Ethnic categorization and moral agency in ‘fitting in’ narratives among Madrid immigrant studentsAna María Relaño Pastor | pp. 82–105
Reverberations of the Armenian Genocide: Narrative’s intergenerational transmission and the task of not forgettingNatasha Azarian-Ceccato | pp. 106–123
Narrative inversion as a tactical framing device: The ideological origins of the Nation of IslamGabriel A. Acevedo, James Ordner and Miriam Thompson | pp. 124–152
‘Story’ — An English cultural keyword and a key interpretive tool of Anglo cultureAnna Wierzbicka | pp. 153–181
Incorporating recipient evaluations into storiesNeal R. Norrick | pp. 182–203
Narrative research: Time for a paradigmGabriela Spector-Mersel | pp. 204–224
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