Talk that talk: storytelling and analysis rooted in African American oral tradition.

@article{BanksWallace2002TalkTT,
  title={Talk that talk: storytelling and analysis rooted in African American oral tradition.},
  author={Joanne Banks-Wallace},
  journal={Qualitative health research},
  year={2002},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={410-26}
}
Stories are the foundation of qualitative research. However, the development of qualitative methods rooted in oral traditions remains largely unexplored by researchers. The contextual and historical influences on storytelling and storytaking are critical features of the African American oral tradition that are often ignored or minimized in qualitative research. Despite the complex and often contentious history of African Americans, their oral traditions have not been explored to reveal the… CONTINUE READING

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