Handbook of Narrative Inquiry: Mapping a Methodology

D. Jean Clandinin
SAGE Publications, 2007 - 693 pages
International Advisory Board Members Preface Acknowledgments Part I Situating Narrative Inquiry D. Jean Clandinin Chapter 1 Locating narrative inquiry historically: Thematics in the turn to narrative Stefinee Pinnegar and J. Gary Daynes Chapter 2 Mapping a landscape of narrative inquiry: Borderland spaces and tensions D. Jean Clandinin and Jerry Rosiek Part II Starting With Telling Stories Janice Huber Chapter 3 Narrative inquiry in archival work Barbara Morgan-Fleming and Sandra Riegle and Wesley Fryer Chapter 4 The unsayable, Lacanian psychoanalysis, and the art of narrative interviewing Annie G. Rogers Chapter 5 Autobiographical understanding and narrative inquiry Mark Freeman Chapter 6 Talking to learn: The critical role of conversation in narrative inquiry Sandra Hollingsworth and Mary Dybdahl Chapter 7 Charting the life story's path: Narrative identity across the life span Jenna Baddeley and Jefferson A. Singer Chapter 8 The language of arts in a narrative inquiry landscape Dilma Maria de Mello Chapter 9 The life story interview as a bridge in narrative inquiry Robert Atkinson Part III Starting With Living Stories Stefinee Pinnegar Chapter 10 Relational reverberations: Shaping and reshaping narrative inquiries in the midst of storied lives and contexts Cheryl J. Craig and Janice Huber Chapter 11 Composing a visual narrative inquiry Hedy Bach Chapter 12 My story is my living educational theory Jean McNiff Chapter 13 From Wilda to Disney: Living stories in family and organization research David M. Boje Part IV Narrative Inquiry in the Professions Barbara Morgan-Fleming Chapter 14 Studying teachers' lives and experience: Narrative inquiry into K-12 teaching Freema Elbaz-Luwisch Chapter 15 Narrative inquiry in and about organizations Barbara Czarniawski Chapter 16 Acted narratives: From storytelling to emergent dramas Cheryl Mattingly Chapter 17 Narrative inquiry in the psychotherapy professions: A critical review Catherine Kohler Riessman and Jane Speedy Part V Complexities in Narrative Inquiry Janice Huber and Stefinee Pinnegar Chapter 18 Understanding young children's personal narratives: What I have learned from young children?s sharing time narratives in a Taiwanese kindergarten classroom Min-Ling Tsai Chapter 19 Exploring cross-cultural boundaries Molly Andrews Chapter 20 Mo'olelo: On culturally relevant story making from an indigenous perspective Maenette K.P. Benham Part VI Narrating Persisting Issues in Narrative Inquiry Barbara Morgan-Fleming Chapter 21 The ethical attitude in narrative research: Principles and practicalities Ruthellen Josselson Chapter 22 In-forming re-presentations Margot Ely Part VII Future Possibilities D. Jean Clandinin Chapter 23 Narrative inquiry: What possible future influence on policy and practice? Nona Lyons Chapter 24 Looking ahead: Conversations with Elliot Mishler, Don Polkinghorne, and Amia Lieblich D. Jean Clandinin and M. Shaun Murphy Author Index Subject Index About the Editor About the Contributors.

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The Unsayable Lacanian Psychoanalysis
Autobiographical Understanding and Narrative Inquiry
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D. Jean Clandinin, PhD, is a professor and founding director of the Centre for Research for Teacher Education and Development at the University of Alberta. She is the author of many books and articles about teacher knowledge, narrative inquiry, and curriculum studies. Her recent studies are narrative inquiries into the experiences of youth who leave school early, early career teacher attrition, the experiences of youth and families of Aboriginal heritage, and the experiences of the professional learning of school administrators.

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