Sudden illness and biographical flow in narratives of stroke recovery.

@article{Faircloth2004SuddenIA,
  title={Sudden illness and biographical flow in narratives of stroke recovery.},
  author={Christopher A. Faircloth and Craig A Boylstein and Maude R. Rittman and Mary Ellen Young and Jaber F. Gubrium},
  journal={Sociology of health & illness},
  year={2004},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={242-61}
}
The conceptual framework of biographical disruption has dominated studies into the everyday experience of chronic illness. Biographical disruption assumes that the illness presents the person with an intense crisis, regardless of other mitigating factors. However, our data suggests that the lives of people who have a particular illness that is notably… CONTINUE READING