narrative analysis

narrative analysis,

n 1. a method of qualitative research in which the researcher listens to the stories of the research subjects, attempting to understand the relationships between the experiences of the individuals and their social framework.
2. in health care, the examination of patient and family stories can contribute to an understanding of factors that may assist in recovery.
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Members of the project staff, including an anthropologist trained in qualitative and narrative analysis, then analyzed the narrative text following procedures developed and established for the systematic coding and analysis of qualitative data (Fetterman, 1989; Johnson & LaMontagne, 1993; LeCompte & Preissle, 1993; Riessman, 1993), and specifically for the interpretive and cultural analysis of illness or disability narratives (Garro, 1994; Good & Good, 1994; Price, 1987; Saris, 1995).
Susan Burgess uses narrative analysis, popular culture, parody, and queer theory to better understand and to reconstitute the traditional relationship between fatherhood and judicial review.
The exploration of theater and urban space is carried out together with narrative analysis of theatrical performances, processions and sacrifice, which occasionally take place in the context of a civic festival or triumphal celebration.
With skillful narrative analysis and a keen literary sensibility, B.
Warhol's essay appeared in a volume edited by David Herman (1999) titled Narratologies: New Perspectives on Narrative Analysis in which Herman wrote in his introduction that new models of narrative theory "stand in a more or less critical and reflexive relation to the structuralist tradition, borrowing more or less extensively from the analytic heritage they aim to surpass" (p.
This guide for beginning and experienced researchers outlines the theoretical principles, examples, and processes of narrative research design and narrative analysis.
Flynn's research methodology is a narrative analysis of in-depth interviews conducted with 35 Black female nurses (13 Black Canadian and 22 Black Caribbean) from 1995-2001.
Then it aims to concentrate on discussing the characteristics of narrative analysis as well as the cultural roots of narrative.
They begin by discussing traumatic brain injury and rehabilitation, what the literature says, and therapeutic narrative analysis.
In his musical analyses of programmatic music, such as Liszt's symphonic poem Orpheus, Agawu recognizes that his narrative analysis is true only for the listener who is willing to step into the musical framework in order to associate some musical elements with "extramusical" ones.
Further and deeper exploration through other qualitative methods such as narrative analysis could be conducted to understand the detailed coping mechanism toward career uncertainty.
The narrative analysis of Barclay (1996), Gergen, & Gergen (1988), Labov & Waletzky (1967), and Campbell, & Stanley (1963) informed our examination of student discourse during international crises.