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Journal Title: Narrative Inquiry
Volume/Issue:   23 / 2
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2013. iii, 197 pp.

Table of Contents

Articles

Homeland tour guide narratives and the discursive construction of the diasporic
Sharon Avni
227 – 244

The chronological I: The use of time as a rhetorical resource when doing identity in bullying narratives
Helena Blomberg and Mats Börjesson
245 – 261

“That really was a good method for beginners”: How narratives are used to situate objects and techniques in a quilting guild
Sonja Launspach
262 – 282

Stories of vicarious experience in speeches by Barack Obama
Neal R. Norrick
283 – 301

Disruptions of individual and cultural identities: How online stories of job loss and unemployment shift the American Dream
Joshua R. Pederson
302 – 322

Young children on the stages: Small stories performed in day care centers
Anna-Maija Puroila
323 – 343

Discourse markers, structure, and emotionality in oral narratives
Manuela Romano and Maria Josep Cuenca
344 – 370

The successes and failure of narratology
Richard Stock
371 – 387

Reported speech and the development of authorial voice in middle childhood
Marsha D. Walton and Jenny Walton-Wetzel
388 – 404

Mennonite memories of Pelee Island, Ontario, 1925–1950: Toward a framework for visual narrative inquiry
Natasha Wiebe
405 – 423
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Pragmatics
 
LL Issue: 25.1955