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Analyzing talk in the social sciences : narrative, conversation & discourse strategies
Chapter 1: Introduction PART ONE: ANALYZING NARRATIVES Chapter 2: Broad Strokes Approaches to Narrative Analysis Chapter 3: Fine-Grained Analyses of Meaning Chapter 4: The Interview in NarrativeExpand
Timor mortis conturbat me: genocide pedagogy and vicarious trauma
Genocide instructors in the social sciences speak little of how their pedagogy should address students' emotions, and even less of their own emotional states. I provide a personal narrative about myExpand
Toward a Social Psychological Programme for Improving Focus Group Methods of Developing Questionnaires
Focus groups are rapidly proliferating as tools for developing questions, designing questionnaires, and determining public opinions, beliefs, or behaviors in conjunction with quantitative surveys.Expand
Border lines : Indigenous peoples in genocide studies
L'histoire des peuples autochtones ne figure pas parmi les sujets qui sont traites dans la recherche comparee en genocide. Les auteures examinent l'approche conceptuelle qui a conduit a cette lacuneExpand
Talking about Silence: Reflections on 'race' in a university course on genocide
This example of a reflective dialogue was written by a university instructor and five students who had completed her Sociological Understandings of Genocide class. In this dialogue, they identifyExpand
The Best You Can Expect When You’re Expecting... and Beyond: A Review of Contract Language for Mothers in the Canadian Academy
How university faculty members who are mothers experience the intersection between their work and family lives is constrained, to a considerable extent, by the contracts negotiated between facultyExpand
Responses to holocaust denial: A case study at the university of Michigan
Three elements of discourse about Holocaust denial after a Holocaust denial advertisement appeared in a campus newspaper are studied using a survey of a convenience sample of students and in-depthExpand
The narrative self in rural dementia: a case study from eastern Nova Scotia
ABSTRACT This analysis examines how the narrative self of a person with dementia is maintained by family members in a small rural Nova Scotian community. In the literature, the expectation is oftenExpand