Narrative Research

tekijä: Tanja Tuulikki Välisalo Viimeisin muutos tiistai 09. maaliskuuta 2010, 15.31

 

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Narrative research enables you to explore the meanings of human action and phenomena constructed in narratives. Narrative as a concept combines stories and narration. Your narrative research strategy will focus on the types of stories told about the researched phenomenon and on the type of story in culture and society which presents the phenomenon. The starting point in your strategy is the idea of language and language use as a primary element in the construction of meanings.

Read more on narrative research from the links below:

Constable, Rolly, Cowell, Marla, Crawford, Sarita Zornek, Golden, David, Hartvigsen, Jake, Morgan, Kathryn, Mudgett, Anne, Parrish, Kris, Thomas, Laura, Thompson, Erika Yolanda, Turner, Rosie and Palmquist, Mike, 2005. Ethnography, Observational Research, and Narrative Inquiry. Writing@CSU. Colorado State University Department of English.

Felluga, Dino, 2003. Introduction to Narratology. Introductory Guide to Critical Theory. Purdue University.

Pradl, Gordon, 1984. Narratology: The Study of Story Structure. ERIC Digest. ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading and Communication Skills.

Moen, Torill, 2006. Reflections on the Narrative Research Approach. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 5 (4) December 2006.

Joyce, Mari, 2008. An exploration of narrative as a research method. University of Lincoln.

Narratology. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

Read what is written in Data Analysis on narrative analysis.

Read what is written in Data Collection on stories.