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Journal Title: Narrative Inquiry
Volume/Issue:   22 / 1
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2012. iv, 210 pp.

Table of Contents


Michael Bamberg 1


Lives that preach: The cultural dimensions of telling one’s “spiritual journey” among Quakers
Elizabeth Molina-Markham 3 – 23

Swearing in literary prose fiction and conversational narrative
Neal R. Norrick 24 – 49

Narratives, connections and social change
Corinne Squire 50 – 68

Crafting sexual authenticity: Women’s accounts of relationships with women and men
Ahoo Tabatabai 69 – 85

Screwed up, but working on it: (Dis)ordering the self through e-stories
Riki Thompson 86 – 104

Narrativity and involvement in online consumer reviews: The case of TripAdvisor
Camilla Vasquez 105 – 121

Maneuvering between the individual and the social dimensions of narratives in a poor man’s discursive negotiation of stigma
Dorien Van De Mieroop 122 – 145

Forum Articles

Reconstructing narrative: A new paradigm for narrative research and practice
Maura Striano 147 – 154

On first-person narrative scholarship: Autoethnography as acts of meaning
Arthur P. Bochner 155 – 164

Uses of conversational narrative: Exchanging personal experience in everyday life
Joann Berlin Bromberg 165 – 172

Towards a multimethodological approach to identification of funds of identity, small stories and master narratives
Moisès Esteban-Guitart 173 – 180

Agency and dialogic tension in co-editing more preferred narratives
Tom Strong and Sarah Knight 181 – 185

“When possible, make a U-turn”: Reflecting on ‘the narrative turn’, meaning, morality and identity
Elli P. Schachter 186 – 193

Language learner stories and imagined identities
Margaret Early and Bonny Norton 194 – 201

Why narrative?
Michael Bamberg 202 – 210
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
LL Issue: 24.1001