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Interpreting experience [electronic resource] /Ruthellen Josselson, Amia Lieblich, editors.

Contributor(s): Josselson, Ruthellen | Lieblich, Amia, 1939-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Narrative study of lives: v. 3.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, �1995Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 262 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781452246970 (electronic bk.); 1452246971 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Experience -- Psychological aspects | Psychology -- Biographical methods | Narration (Rhetoric) -- Psychological aspects | Psychologie -- M�ethode biographique | Narration -- Aspect psychologique | Biographie (Genre litt�eraire) -- Aspect psychologique | �Etudiants surdou�es -- Biographies -- Aspect psychologique | Solitude -- Biographies -- Aspect psychologique | Homosexuels -- Biographies -- Aspect psychologique | PSYCHOLOGY -- Personality | Experience -- Psychological aspects | Narration (Rhetoric) -- Psychological aspects | Psychology -- Biographical methods | Levensloop | Herinneringen | VerteltheorieGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 155.2 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Taking narrative seriously: consequences for method and theory in interview studies / Susan E. Chase -- Imagining the real: empathy, narrative, and the dialogic self / Ruthellen Josselson -- Biographical work and new ethnography / Jaber F. Gubrium and James A. Holstein -- Life history and academic work: the career of Professor G / Seven Weiland -- Developmental patterns of mathematically gifted individuals as viewed through their narratives / Ada H. Zohar -- The quest for connectedness: loneliness as process in the narratives of lonely university students / Hadas Wiseman -- It's the telling that makes the difference / Adital Tirosh Ben-Ari -- Life histories as social texts of personal experiences in sociolinguistic studies: a look at the lives of domestic workers in Swaziland / Sarah Mkhonza -- Extending boundaries: narratives on exchange / Arda L. Cole and J. Gary Knowles.
digitized 2010 committed to preserveReview: "How does context shape biography? How do language and relationships affect the development of people's work lives? An international group of scholars from diverse disciplines address these and other issues in the latest volume of The Narrative Study of Lives. They explore what it means to take narrative seriously and how an empathic stance in narrative research opens out on the dialogic self. The contributors also consider questions of how participants make meaning out of their experience in the framework of available interpretive horizons. In addition, there are sections that use narrative approaches to develop a deeper understanding of loneliness and the "coming out" process in homosexuality. This volume examines the many ways in which people interpret their experience and explores conceptual avenues to make use of these understandings in the analysis of human life."--Jacket.
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Taking narrative seriously: consequences for method and theory in interview studies / Susan E. Chase -- Imagining the real: empathy, narrative, and the dialogic self / Ruthellen Josselson -- Biographical work and new ethnography / Jaber F. Gubrium and James A. Holstein -- Life history and academic work: the career of Professor G / Seven Weiland -- Developmental patterns of mathematically gifted individuals as viewed through their narratives / Ada H. Zohar -- The quest for connectedness: loneliness as process in the narratives of lonely university students / Hadas Wiseman -- It's the telling that makes the difference / Adital Tirosh Ben-Ari -- Life histories as social texts of personal experiences in sociolinguistic studies: a look at the lives of domestic workers in Swaziland / Sarah Mkhonza -- Extending boundaries: narratives on exchange / Arda L. Cole and J. Gary Knowles.

"How does context shape biography? How do language and relationships affect the development of people's work lives? An international group of scholars from diverse disciplines address these and other issues in the latest volume of The Narrative Study of Lives. They explore what it means to take narrative seriously and how an empathic stance in narrative research opens out on the dialogic self. The contributors also consider questions of how participants make meaning out of their experience in the framework of available interpretive horizons. In addition, there are sections that use narrative approaches to develop a deeper understanding of loneliness and the "coming out" process in homosexuality. This volume examines the many ways in which people interpret their experience and explores conceptual avenues to make use of these understandings in the analysis of human life."--Jacket.

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