God kvalitet Analyzing Social Narratives (Routledge Series on Interpretive Methods) (Hardcover) by Shenhav Shaul R. (Hebrew University Of Jerusalem Israel) g8XGQAYi

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Interpreting human stories whether those told by individuals groups organizations nations or even civilizations opens a wide scope of research options for understanding how people construct shape and reshape their perceptions identities and beliefs. Such narrative research is a rapidly growing field in the social sciences as well as in the societally oriented humanities such as cultural studies. This methodologically framed book offers conceptual directions for the study of social narrative guiding readers through the means of narrative research and raising important ethical and value-related dilemmas. Shenhav details three classic elements of narrative-text story and narration-familiar concepts to those in literary studies. To the classic trilolgy of terms this book also adds multiplicity a crucial element for applying narrative analysis to the social sciences as it rests on the understanding that social narratives seek reproduction and self-multiplicity in order to become 'social' and influential. The aim of this book is to create an easy clear and welcoming introduction to narratology as a mode of analysis especially designed for students of the social sciences to provide the basics of a narratological approach and to help make research and writing in this tradition more systematic. .