Narrative research in education

dc.contributor.authorJackson, Margot
dc.contributor.authorClandinin, D. Jean
dc.contributor.authorCaine, Vera
dc.description.abstractWhile the study of narratology has a long history, narrative research became a methodology for the study of phenomena in the social sciences in the 1980s. Since that time there has been what some have called a narrative revolution, which is reflected in the rapid uptake in the use of narrative methodology across disciplines. There are diverse definitions of narrative research with different ontological and epistemological commitments, which range from semiotic studies and discourse analysis of spoken and written text to analysis of textual structures of speech and performances of texts as in narrative analysis to the relational studies of narrative inquiry where a focus on lived and told experience is central.
dc.identifier.citationClandinin, D. Jean , Caine, Vera , & Jackson, Margot (2017). Narrative Research in Education. Oxford Bibliographies in Education.
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dc.subjectnarrative research
dc.titleNarrative research in education