The term 'narrativity' has gained considerable currency. But what does it
actually mean? This is the question considered in the articles by linguists,
media scholars, psychologists and other specialist academics that are compiled
in this volume. They reveal the diversity of ways in which this term is used and
describe various methods of delineation. The results indicate that narrativity is
an umbrella term with a content that ranges from a philological (structure
related) orientation to an anthropological (interpretation related) orientation.