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Contents Editors' Introduction: Theory and Craft of Narrative Analysis Colette Daiute and Cynthia Lightfoot Part I: Literary Readings 1.1 The Role of Imagination in Narrative Constructions Theodore Sarbin 1.2 Fantastic Self: A Study of Adolescents' Fictional Narratives, and Identity Work as Aesthetic Activity Cynthia Lightfoot 1.3 Cultural Modeling as a Frame for Narrative Analysis Carol D. Lee, Erica Rosenfeld, Ruby Mendenhall, Ama Rivers, and Brendesha Tynes 1.4 Data Are Everywhere: Narrative Criticism in the Literature of Experience Mark Freeman Part II: Social-relational Readings 2.1 Co-constructing the Cultural Person Through Narratives in Early Childhood Katherine Nelson 2.2 Adaptive and Creative Uses of Narrative Genres Colette Daiute 2.3 Positioning with Davie Hogan: Stories, Tellings, and Identities Michael Bamberg 2.4 Dilemmas of Storytelling and Identity Steven Stanley and Michael Billig Part III: Readings Through the Forces of History 3.1 Narrating Illegality as an Identity in Conflicting Cultural Discourses Jocelyn Solis 3.2 Transcendent Stories and Counter-narratives in Holocaust Survivor Life Histories: Searching for Meaning in Video-testimony Archives Sarah Carney 3.3 Women of "The Greatest Generation": Feeling on the Margin of Social History Abigail J. Stewart and Janet E. Malley 3.4 Culture, Continuity, and the Limits of Narrativity: A Comparison of the Self-narratives of Native and Non-Native Youth Michael Chandler, Ulrecht Teucher, and Chris Lalonde 3.5 Once Upon a Time: A Narratologist's Tale Mary Gergen Index About the Editors About the Authors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Discourse analysis, Narrative