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Life and narrative : the risks and responsibilities of storying experience / edited by Brian Schiff, A. Elizabeth McKim, Sylvie Patron

Schiff, Brian, (editor.)
McKim, A. Elizabeth, (editor.)
Patron, Sylvie, 1969- (editor.)
ISBN 978-0-19-025665-4 (hardback)
Publicerad: New York : Oxford University Press, 2017
Engelska xiv, 325 pages
Serie: Explorations in narrative psychology
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  • Foreword: Life meets narrative / Matti Hyvärinen -- Introduction: Life and narrative; a brief primer / Brian Schiff, A. Elizabeth McKim, and Sylvie Patron -- Part I. Routes -- Narrative and law: how they need each other / Jerome Bruner -- Narrative at the limits (or: What is "life" really like?) / Mark Freeman -- Narrative/life of the moment: from telling a story to taking a narrative stance / Alexandra Georgakopoulou -- Narrative fiction, the short story, and life: the case of Tobias Wolff's "Bullet in the brain" / James Phelan -- Part II. The ethics of narrating life -- On the use and abuse of narrative for life: towards an ethics of storytelling / Hanna Meretoja -- Identity hoaxes and the complicity of social authorship / Ashley Barnwell -- Turning life into stories-turning stories into lives / Lars-Åke Skalin -- Part III. Self-making -- The body as biography/ Emily Heavy -- Narrative refashioning and illness: doctor-patient encounters in Siri Hustvedt's The shaking woman / Jarmila Mildorf -- Phototextuality in Sophie Calle's Des histoires vraies / Catherine Karen Roy -- Part IV. Master narratives and personal narratives -- The intersection of personal and master narratives: is redemption for everyone? / Andrea V. Breen and Kate C. McLean -- Shared narratives and the politics of memory: toward reconciliation / Michael Keren -- Engaging crystallization to understand life and narrative: the case of active aging / Cassandra Phoenix and Noreen Orr -- Part V. Narrating life in oral history and literature -- The difference of fiction / Brian Richardson -- Lumping, splitting, and narratives as rhetorical actions: notes on Christina J. Pan's Reminiscences and Deborah Eisenberg's "Twilight of the superheroes" /James Phelan -- Who tells whose story? Beyond everyday and literary stories, fact, and fiction / Alexandra Georgakopoulou -- Narrative and truth: some preliminary notes / Mark Freeman -- Witnessing the impact: 9/11 in everyday and literary stories / Jens Brockmeier -- Afterword: narrative and life: from so what? to what next? / William L. Randall.
  • " The challenge of life and literary narrative is the central and perennial mystery of how people encounter, manage, and inhabit a self and a world of their own - and others' - creations. With a nod to the eminent scholar and psychologist Jerome Bruner, Life and Narrative: The Risks and Responsibilities of Storying Experience explores the circulation of meaning between experience and the recounting of that experience to others. A variety of arguments center around the kind of relationship life and narrative share with one another. In this volume, rather than choosing to argue that this relationship is either continuous or discontinuous, editors Brian Schiff, A. Elizabeth McKim, and Sylvie Patron and their contributing authors reject the simple binary and masterfully incorporate a more nuanced approach that has more descriptive appeal and theoretical traction for readers. Exploring such diverse and fascinating topics as 'Narrative and the Law,' 'Narrative Fiction, the Short Story, and Life,' 'The Body as Biography,' and 'The Politics of Memory,' Life and Narrative features important research and perspectives from both up-and-coming researchers and prominent scholars in the field - many of which who are widely acknowledged for moving the needle forward on the study of narrative in their respective disciplines and beyond. "-- 
  • "Life and Narrative examines the perennial mystery of how persons encounter, manage, and inhabit a self and a world of their own--and others'--creation and the ramifications of such creations. From literary and social science perspectives, this volume grapples with the process of how life and narrative interact"-- 

Ämnesord

Narrative inquiry (Research method)  (LCSH)
First person narrative.  (LCSH)
Discourse analysis, Narrative.  (LCSH)
Social psychology.  (LCSH)
PSYCHOLOGY / Social Psychology.  (bisacsh)
Discourse analysis, Narrative.  (fast)
First person narrative.  (fast)
Narrative inquiry (Research method)  (fast)
Social psychology.  (fast)
Diskursanalys  (sao)
Berättarteknik  (sao)
Samhällsvetenskaplig forskning  -- metodik (sao)
Forskningsmetodik  (sao)
Fiction  -- Technique (LCSH)
Fiction  -- Authorship (LCSH)
Narration (Rhetoric)  (LCSH)
Research  -- Methodology (LCSH)
Discourse analysis  (LCSH)

Klassifikation

H61.295 (LCC)
300.723 (DDC)
PSY031000 (bisacsh)
O:b (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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