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Lines of Narrative: Psychosocial Perspectives (Memory and Narrative)

 
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Social scientists are increasingly invoking ‘narrative’ in their theory and research. This book explores the wide range of work in sociology, psychology and cultural studies where narrative approaches have been used to studymeaning, subjectivity, politics and power in concrete contexts.
• Princess Diana’s Panorama interview
• media coverage of the LA uprising
• memoirs of the wives of scientists who made the first atomic bomb
• popular images of gay marriage
• the effect of the ‘velvet revolution’ on writing autobiography.



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Tags: Narrative, meaning, subjectivity, study, narrative