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Varieties of Narrative Analysis (Paperback)
  • Varieties of Narrative Analysis (Paperback)

Varieties of Narrative Analysis (Paperback)

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Paperback 328 Pages / Published: 13/03/2012
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Narrative research has become increasingly popular in the social sciences. While no part of the process is easy, researchers often struggle to make sense of data that can seem chaotic and without a discernible pattern. Varieties of Narrative Analysis shows how to analyze stories, storytelling, and stories in society, bringing together a variety of approaches to both texts and narrative practice under one cover.

Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
ISBN: 9781412987554
Number of pages: 328
Weight: 425 g
Dimensions: 228 x 152 x 20 mm

"The chapters in this collection are well selected and demonstrate the diversity of narrative analysis. They are organized thematically, moving from micro to macro perspectives on narrative. This provides readers who intend to read the book cover to cover with a coherent flow of ideas. The collection reflects a well-balanced distribution of chapters devoted to narrative as data and methodology. In terms of the theoretical and application aspects, this book has a balanced discussion of both. It reinforces the idea that a sound and well-informed textual analysis requires a careful investigation of context. The diverse discussion in this book confirms the status of narrative analysis, not just as a tool of inquiry for various disciplines, but as an area of study in itself. I recommend this book for postgraduates and researchers working within the framework of discourse analysis and qualitative research methods."

To view the entire review published in the Discouse Studies journal, click here. -- Jeremy Koay, School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, Victoria
"This is a first class methods book and I recommend it to those who are interested in narrative analysis, allied practices such as discourse analysis, qualitative and so-called mixed methods more generally."
-- William Housley, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, UK

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