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Journal Title: Narrative Inquiry
Volume/Issue:   22/2
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2012. 200 pp.

Table of Contents

Articles

Choosing Emma’s ending: Exploring the intersection of small and big stories, antenarrative, and narrative
Leah LeFebvre and Kate Blackburn 211 – 225

Whose stuff is it?: A museum storyteller’s strategies to engage her audience
Soe Marlar Lwin 226 – 246

An identity structure in narrative: Discourse functions of identity-in-practice
Leor Cohen 247 – 266

Narrative navigation: Narrative practices in forensic discourse
Chris Heffer 267 – 286

Doing indiscipline in narrative performances: How Greek students present themselves disobeying their teachers
Argiris Archakis 287 – 306

How do narrative and language skills relate to each other?: Investigation of young Korean EFL learners’ oral narratives
Jennifer Yusun Kang 307 – 331

Gypsy-Traveller narratives: Making sense of place: A co-ethnography
Ian Convery and Vincent O'Brien 332 – 347

A Journey to a “Pure Islam”: Time, space, and the resignification of ritual in post 9/11 faith testimonies of Muslim women
Susanne Stadlbauer 348 – 365

Finding the arc: A story about a search for narratives
Emily Bishop 366 – 383

“What we’re going to be doing”: Small stories and the “doing” of institutional identity by guides of working visitor attractions
Rachel Heinrichsmeier 384 – 404

Forum Article

The cognitive turn
Matthew Clark 405 – 410
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Subject Language(s): Greek, Modern
Korean
 
LL Issue: 24.2309