Narratives in Social Science Research
SAGE, 27. mar. 2004 - 157 sider
Narratives in Social Science Research introduces students to the use of narrative methodology as a research tool. It offers a rigorous framework for the application of these devices within qualitative research. The book provides:
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actants action actors Alfred Schütz analyzed anthropologists become Boje Calás and Smircich called Chapter character chicory chronicle claims Claude Lévi-Strauss communication concept connected contemporary context conversation critical cultural Czarniawska David Silverman deconstruction discourse economic emplotment episode ethnography ethnomethodology example explanation explication fact fiction field Gabriel Geertz gender genre Greimas Gusfield Hayden White hermeneutics hero human important intentio interaction interest interlocutors interpretation Isabella kind Latour linguistic literary theory MacIntyre Mandler McCloskey meaning metaphors methods metro Mikhail Bakhtin mimesis mode of knowing modern Narration narrative analysis narrative approach numbers objectivist observation organizational organizations Paola plot political Poststructuralism practice problem production Propp Qualitative Research quote reader reading red chicory repertoire rhetorical Ricoeur Rorty scientific texts seduction semiotic sense Silverman social science social scientists society story storytelling structuralist structure tell text say tion traditional Treviso tropes Umberto Eco understanding voice writing